Aguero to hang up his boots

Aguero to hang up his boots

Aguero to hang up his boots

Aguero to hang up his boots

Aguero to hang up his boots

He  set to announce his retirement on Wednesday less than six months after joining Barcelona,

reports Guillem Balague.

After starting out with Independiente in Argentina, he moved to Atletico Madrid,

winning the Europa League in 2010 and scoring 101 goals in 234 appearances.

That record attracted the interest of an upwardly mobile Manchester City,

who paid a reported £38m to bring him to Etihad Stadium.

He would go on to become a club and Premier League legend during a 10-year spell in England.

Aguero left City in the summer having broken their all-time scoring record, with 260 goals in 390 games,

including 16 hat-tricks.

He is the highest-scoring overseas player in Premier League history with 184 goals,

nine more than France and Arsenal great Thierry Henry.

While Aguero’s time at Barcelona has not gone to plan, there can be no doubting his status as one of the foremost

strikers of the 21st Century.

But his decision of retirement to be announced this week, has come sooner than expected.

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