Manchester City announced on Monday that the Argentine forward Sergio Agüero will leave the club at the end of the season after ten years.
Omen, top gunner in the history of the ‘Sky Blues’, will not renew the contract that binds him to the City until June 30 and will be able to leave when that date arrives. Since his arrival in 2011 from Atlético de Madrid, Agüero has played 384 games for Manchester City and has scored 257 so many, breaking the record held by Eric Brook until 2017.
From Manchester he leaves with three Premier League titles under his arm, one English Cup and five League Cups, plus the trophies it can still get this season, in which City is the leader in the English league, is in the semi-finals of the English Cup, in the final of the League Cup and in the quarter-finals of the League of Champions, Agüero’s pending task in the team he leads Pep Guardiola.
Among the records it holds in England is that of the greater number of ‘hat tricks’ (triplets), twelve, beating Alan Shearer, the competition’s all-time top scorer.
His role at City, however, has waned this season due to the injuries, which have made him play only 14 games.
The club will make you a farewell in the last home game of the season against Everton, for whom City hope to have fans in the stands who pay tribute to the top scorer in their history.