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Iconic Forward Sergio Agüero Set to Part Ways With Manchester City At The End of 2020/21 Season

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Tonight, Man City have announced that Sergio Agüero would be pulling down the curtains on an illustrious 10-year legacy with the Citizens.

Having ventured to English shores in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, Sergio Agüero instantly transitioned to life in the top flight.

Sergio Agüero- Man City 2011-2021(384/257)

His debut campaign was one to remember, with the Argentine racking up 23 goals to hand Manchester City their first Premier League title.

One moment from the 11-12 season will remain etched in history for all eternity; on the final day, Agüero bundled home a last-minute winner against Queen’s Park Rangers, sending the Etihad Stadium- and Martin Tyler- into indescribable raptures.

And over the years, the Argentine attacker sought to cement his legacy as an icon of English football with a goalscoring consistency displayed by few others.

Such is his natured skills in front of goal that, in November 2017, Agüero became the club’s all-time leading goalscorer and, at the time of writing, boasts 257 goals in nearly 400 appearances for his side. Something that truly embodies the level of success he has embraced in Manchester.

Along with this, Sergio Agüero’s trophy cabinet is equally impressive. The 32-year old has four Premier League titles to his name, accompanied by five EFL Cups, three Community Shields, and a single FA Cup.

By all accounts, the Argentinian International is a bonafide legend of the Premier League. It is hard to feel that his eminent, iconic presence will not be missed for years to come as he seeks pastures new ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.

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