Mikel Arteta, Arsenal coach, reacted to Manchester City’s announcement of the departure of Argentine striker Sergio Agüero, at the end of his contract next June.
Asked before the poster for the 30th day of the Premier League against Liverpool at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday night, the Gunners coach spoke out on the possibility of an arrival in the London capital of the Spanish footballer, with whom he worked daily when he was Josep Guardiola’s assistant at the Citizens.
In comments relayed by Sky Sports, the 39-year-old coach warned that his arrival was not considered. “No, no, no… We’ll see what happens with him in the future.” He was probably the main face or one of the three main faces that brought the project up (…) It’s sad to see someone like him leave but I think what he did there, that will go down in history. Sergio has a unique quality for seeing spaces that no one else can see and scoring goals in a very easy way. I am sure he will find the right next project. “
If FC Barcelona and Juventus Turin should not be able to recruit him, Paris Saint-Germain would be a possible destination for the 32-year-old center-forward, author of 3 goals in 14 matches in all competitions in 2020-2021.
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