Sergio Aguero Wished He Played For Guardiola & Man City’s Rivals

Sergio Aguero might be a legend at Manchester City even having his status standing on the Blue side of Manchester, he would have liked to play under Jurgen Klopp during his days as a professional footballer.

Sergio Aguero and Pep Guardiola

The Argentine is regarded as one of the modern-day legends at City. He spent 10 iconic years at the club and contributed to their recent domination in the English top-flight league.

Sergio Aguero who is the Man City record goal-scorer believes that his former team could win the league title again this season, claiming that Pep Guardiola’s men have what it takes to defeat Arsenal on Sunday.

Aguero further praised Manchester City’s rival, particularly Jurgen Klopp who has made the English Premier League an interesting league to watch in recent years with his offensive playing style.

The former Man City striker admitted he would have liked to play for the Liverpool boss, and claimed that without a doubt, the Premier League will miss Klopp when he finally leaves at the end of the season.

He told Stake: “Terrific manager, Klopp has certainly elevated Liverpool, allowing them to become a protagonist of the Premier League in recent years. He’s made them more aggressive, and more intense in their playing style. New players have arrived and Jurgen has managed to adapt them to this offensive mentality.”

“He’ll be sorely missed in the Premier League… but he’s made his choice, and it’s up to us to respect it. Any great manager will teach you many valuable things. It would have been a great experience for sure [to play under Klopp.”

Sergio Aguero said the weekend match between his former side and Arsenal will be one of the top encounters of the season, stating that a win for the Cityzens will put them in a better position to go on to win the title for the fourth consecutive time.

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