Sergio Aguero, one of the finest strikers in the game in the current times. The diminutive Argentine has been a huge influence in the turn of fortunes for his club, Manchester City, leading them to two Premier League titles and various other trophies. Over the years, he has grown leaps and bounds and has become the most feared forward across the world, along with the likes of Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi.
Aguero, after joining from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011, has netted an amazing 154 goals from 234 appearances across all competitions and has etched himself in the annals of the Manchester City history books. However, things have been rocky for 28-year old this term, ever since the arrival of Pep Guardiola.
The former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss has often criticized his star forward this season and recently has dropped him to the bench in the favour of January signing Gabriel Jesus. The teenager has repaid his manager’s faith with some excellent displays and looks like he will be holding his starting spot for some time to come, which has cast dark clouds over Aguero’s future at the Etihad. The striker himself appeared to cast a doubt over his future after the weekend’s match against Swansea City and may very well be headed to the exit doors come summer.
There is no dearth of clubs that would line up to sign Aguero. However, it is Premier League rivals Arsenal who would benefit a lot from the services of the Argentine. There is so such deal in place, but we believe that Wenger should try and get a sweet revenge on the Citizens in the coming summer.
And here we give you three reasons why Arsenal should do everything possible to sign Aguero:
Goals, Goals and Goals
With Sergio Aguero in your ranks, one thing is guaranteed, goals. The Argentine has made a reputation of scoring plenty of goals and has scored more than 25 goals for City in four of his six seasons at the Etihad. Aguero had won the Premier League Golden Boot award in the 2014-15 season and finished just one goal shy of the Golden Boot winner in the previous season, Harry Kane.
The wealth of experience, the sheer number of goals he has scored for City over the years and the impact that he has had since his move to England make him one of the best in the league. Arsenal, who have struggled to sign a marquee striker over the years, could use someone of the class and reputation of Aguero. And with rumours of Alexis Sanchez’s exit gaining voice, bringing in Aguero would go a long way to show their intent and ambitions.