Guardiola will never sell Agüero

Sergio Aguero is arguably one of the greatest strikers that has ever performed in the Premier League in the past 20 years and some recent rumors were claiming that Pep Guardiola was thinking about offloading Aguero or to start dropping him to the sidelines.

Its an extremely difficult rumor to believe considering that the Argentine attacker was a hugely influential player for Manchester City ever since he joined back on July of 2011 and in his debut season, he managed to score over 20 goals and the Argentine attacker still continues to score a healthy amount of goals on a consistent basis in every single season. Continue reading Guardiola will never sell Agüero


Sergio Aguero put up a world class performance the other evening to smash Norwich City out of FA Cup.

Aguero first scored a wonderful goal in the 16th minute of the game and then assisted another one later on.

Manuel Pellegrini, the City manager, reckons it’s just the start for the star striker and he will be getting better and better with more games under his belt.

After coming back from injury, Aguero had shown signs of being a little out of rhythm in the past couple of games, but, against Norwich, he was at the job right away.

Lauding him in his post game talk to the media, Pellegrini said, “Sergio is the sort of player that when he is in form, he would make big impact on the game as he did today and that’s why, he is the favourite of the supporters.”

“I believe with the more playing time he gets, the level of his game will keep going up. He is one of our vital players going forward in the season.”

At this point of time, Manchester City is in with a chance to win as many as four titles. They are alive in the Premiership, in FA as well as League Cups and also in Europe.

They are not leading the Premiership however and are at the second position, trailed by 3 points to the Gunners.

When asked if the team is thinking about completing the quadruple this season, the Chilean said, “We are taking one match at a time and try and do our best in that.”

“What’s most important is to make sure that the fitness level of the squad is good as there are a lot of matches coming up in the next few weeks.”