After Manchester City announced the end of Aguero’s 10 years reign at Etihad, a lot of speculation has arisen over the Argentine next destination. Mikel Arteta has come out to respond to Aguero’s re-union chances.
Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has worked closely with Aguero under Pep Guardiola when he was an assistant coach at Manchester City before taking over from Unai Emery at Arsenal. Despite speculations, Arteta has broken his silence on Aguero’s chances of joining Arsenal.
The Spaniard has downplayed the speculations that Arsenal could go for the Manchester City striker, but added: “We will see what happens.” From his statement, it means that Arsenal have left the door open.
Arteta said: “No, no,” said Arteta, in response to the speculation. Adding: “We will see what happens with him in the future.”
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Former Arsenal player Paul Merson is among the pundits who feel that Aguero can be a good fit for the Gunners and advocates that Arsenal should snatch the Argentine whose contract ends at the end of the season.
Paul Merson while speaking to Sky Sports said:
“Will he stay in England or will his next move be abroad? If he stays in England, I think Arsenal would suit the style he would be looking for. They’d be a good choice,” Merson said.
“Mikel Arteta was at Manchester City and the way Arsenal play; they get around the box and they do create a lot of opportunities. Arsenal do tick that box for Aguero.”
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“There won’t be many clubs who wouldn’t want a player of Aguero’s stature. However, clubs will be looking at his injury record and at their wage bills,”
“It will also come down to Aguero too because he’ll have to be in a team that creates chances. If you are not getting in and around the opponent’s penalty area too often, then it would be difficult to have Aguero in your team.
“He’s not getting the ball on the halfway line and beating three players anymore. That’s not his game anymore.
“We’ve seen some special goals from him where he’s scored from nothing, but he’s had injuries and is getting on a bit, so I don’t see that happening too often anymore.”
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