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It’s Vital Man City resist Real Madrid transfer pursuit of Aguero

Posted on November 18, 2013 by Admin

There is a saying that no player is bigger than the team, and that is even more true at a club like Manchester City where there is plenty of top class talent on offer, but you still want to hold on to your best and most influential stars at all cost.

There has been plenty of competition between strikers at the Etihad in recent years, and that brings it’s own problems with it, but Aguero seems to have nailed down his place in the starting XI. As long as he is fit and Manuel Pellegrini is not resting him for a less important game, it is Aguero plus one, and he has responded brilliantly, scoring 13 goals in 13 games so far.

Those figures put him up along the likes of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, and if Real Madrid have their way, he will soon be playing alongside the Portuguese star. The Daily Star has reported that City’s Argentinean striker is now top of the Spanish giant’s transfer list, as they see him as better suited to the Bernabeu than Liverpool’s Luis Suarez.

Aguero spent five season’s with Real’s city rivals Atletico, so they know all about him and how he would perform in Spain. It is worrying for City, because the lure of Real or Barcelona is one of the few things that might turn his head, but City must stand firm on this one, even if he expresses a desire to leave.

Liverpool did it with Suarez this summer after Arsenal made a bid, so it shows that player power is not everything. Of course, it would be better if City were leading the title race and beating teams every week rather than blowing hot and cold and losing to the likes of Sunderland away, so Pellegrini needs to sort out those problems quickly before the January transfer window opens.

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