Barcelona and Sergio Aguero have reached an agreement to join the club from July 1 or when his contract with Manchester City expires. According to a club report on Monday (31/5/2021), the tiny Argentine striker will sign a contract until the end of the 2022/2023 season and his buyout clause is set at 100 million euros, or around Rp1.7 trillion.
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on June 2, 1988, the owner’s full name Sergio Leonel Agüero del Castillo came to Barcelona to continue to do what he always did, which was to score goals. At the age of 15 years 35 days he became the youngest player ever to play in the Argentine First Division with Club Atlético Independiente.
Barcelona is not his first experience playing in La Liga. In 2006, Aguero left Independiente to join Atletico Madrid and quickly made a name for himself as one of the best forwards in Europe, winning the Europa League title in 2010, the UEFA Super Cup in 2011 before adding to his collection of honors in England with Manchester City.
With a top club in the English Premier League, Aguero has made many achievements. One of his most notable accomplishments is his tally.
According to calculations, Aguero has recorded 260 goals, 74 assists, and won 15 trophies in 390 appearances with Man City. Not only has a good report card at club level. Aguero also has a sweet record when he joined the Argentine national team. He was part of Argentina’s Under-20 World Cup winning team in 2005 and 2007 and won Olympic gold in Beijing in 2008 with Leo Messi.