Aguero has agreed a ‘two-year contract’ with Barcelona

Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero has already agreed a contract with Barcelona ahead of this summer, according to reports.

Aguero joined City in 2011 from Spanish outfit Atletico Madrid. He made the move to the Premier League for a fee of around £35m.

His debut season proved to be a historic one. He scored 30 goals across all competitions as he helped City win the Premier League title on the final day.


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Aguero has gone onto score 258 goals for City from his 388 outings domestically and in Europe. He is a five-time winner of the Premier League. The striker has also won the Carabao Cup six times and the FA Cup once.

The Guardian have reported that Aguero has “agreed” to join Barcelona. He will sign a two-year contract when his current deal with City expires.

They add that other teams have offered him more money. But he will be given a bonus if he helps Barcelona win the Champions League.

Pep Guardiola is hopeful that Aguero will play a part at the Etihad on Sunday against Everton:

“Tomorrow (Saturday) we’ll decide. As much as he can play he will play. He trained today and yesterday a little bit.

Guardiola said: “The quality of the player – it is not necessary to add anything else to his numbers.

“His performance when he fit was fit was incredible. I am pretty sure the 10,000 fans that will be in the stadium will show for the rest of the fans around the world, and will give him his tribute and gratitude for what he’s done for this club in terms of titles, numbers, performance – incredible.”

Elsewhere, Sir Alex Ferguson has named Aguero as one of the players he wishes he could have managed:

“Kane [is one]. I thought Alli was going to be a top player. I must admit, I don’t know what has gone on there.

“Kane and the boy Son at Tottenham, these have been excellent players.

“Aguero has been a terrific striker, there’s no doubt about that. His goal-scoring has been exceptional.

“The top teams will always produce a player that can stand out.”

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