Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has actually commemorated Sergio Aguero ahead of his impending exit at the end of the season, and he explained him as one of the “best strikers in the club’s history”.
Aguero will leave the Etihad Stadium when his agreement ends at the end of the season after ten years at the club, with a goalscoring record of 257 objectives in 384 looks for City.
The Argentine star and Toure played together in Manchester for 7 years prior to the latter left for Olympiacos in 2018.
The duo won 3 Premier League titles, 2 League Cups among other honours together and Toure thinks the 32-year-old is amongst the best strikers in Premier League history.
“He’s by far one of the best strikers Man City have ever had, scoring something like 200 goals. That’s unbelievable,” Toure informed talk Sport.
“He didn’t only do it at Man City, he’s been to Atletico, to Argentina, he started there, he scored 12 hat-tricks [in the Premier League].
“He’s up there with Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer, and more and more. A big, big player. A big legend of this club.
“At the end of the day, things are coming to an end. With all his contributions to the City fans, club, and to the honour, I think it’s well deserved.
“For me Aguero, everybody knows how much I love Aguero, he’s always been the best striker in Manchester City without question.”
Aguero’s exit will make him a totally free representative in the summertime and speculation have actually begun whirling that he might join with his compatriot Lionel Messi at Barcelona.
Toure, who bet the Spanish giants in between 2007 and 2010, stated it may be challenging to anticipate the previous Atletico Madrid forward’s next experience.
“When players get to his age, some players want to go back home, some want to finish it nicely or maybe more ambition to do something else,” the four-time African Footballer of the Year included.
“Lots of people have been talking about Barcelona and it would be him and his best friend, Lionel Messi, to be together in the same team.
“He’s a free agent, he can go where he wants and it depends what he wants for his future. What he wants to achieve again, less or more, that’s quite tricky.”