Why Sergio Aguero to Arsenal Would Be Best Thing Since Slice Bread

Why Sergio Aguero to Arsenal Would Be Best Thing Since Slice Bread

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Sergio Aguero is one of the hottest striker in the football world and has showed stunning consistency for Man City over the years. He has been their talisman and supported them end their 44-years wait for the League title. He has been strong and has won 2 titles already with the club, with City slowly but gradually trying to prove a point to their domestic rivals, Manchester united.

Aguero was an energetic product of independent, where he participated as a 9-year-old and stayed with them until 2005/06 period, before going to Atletico Madrid in 2006.

Aguero was forever consistent in getting goals and it was clear during his time at Atletico Madrid and Club Atlético Independiente. He scored 23-goals in 56 appearances in Argentina and a whopping 101-goals in 234 appearances during his stay in Spain.

Manchester City did remarkable thing in luring Aguero away from Atletico Madrid in 2011, amidst serious competition from other Western clubs for the striker’s signature. Aguero scored a sum of 30-goals in 2011/12 season, which was his initial in England. He scored 23- goals in the league and scored the end goal of Manchester City season.

With him stressed for game time, and a certain club from North London failing to launch a powerful bid for the title, would it be a match made in heaven if the Sergio shifted from Man City to Arsenal? It definitely might be.

Arsenal has forever been lacking the X-factor needed to stay on top. They generally begin the season well; stay on peak till twelve games, then great effort in November to January and then pick up the form from February and manage to get a best 4 finish. In the 2011/12 period, when Aguero bagged 30-goals in all rivals, Former Arsenal skipper Robin Van Persie scored a whopping 37- goals in 48 games.

Generally, that type of goal scoring form of a team’s striker is ample to drag the team past the line, but amazingly, in Arsenal’s example, it was different. Van Persie shifted to Manchester United in the following season. It has been a rebuilding procedure for Arsene Wenger ever since he has managed to fill up all departments with standard players. The arrivals of Cech, Sanchez, and Ozil replaced the way Arsenal approached the move windows.

Arsenal style of play has replaced after Sanchez was as a center forward. They look more fluid, agile and are capable to exploit areas with ease. They are now capable to press top up the pitch and force the opposition centre-halves into mistakes. Despite the replace, Arsenal still miss stunning top class striker up front.

In recent times, every club that has managed to win the club title has had 3 players gathering to deliver. The likes of Bayern Munich, Read Madrid, and Barcelona all have a trio to fire. Munich has Lewandowski, Muller, and Robben, Real Madrid has Ronaldo, Bale and Benzema, and Barcelona has Neymar, Suarez, and Messi. Right now Arsenal has world class talent in the form of Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez. Alexis, on the other hand, is a beast and can perform everything on the pitch, he can score, he can runs all game and carry the team on his shoulders when required.

The blockbuster star from Argentina is just 28-years-old and has lots of football left in him. His skill in the Premium Leagues makes him a quick fix. If the Argentine arrives at Arsenal, he will rightly suit the runny style of play at Arsenal, Aguero as the central hitter and Ozil being the supplier.

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Fellipe Salvatore

Fellipe Salvatore, 24-year old sports writer. Avid Manchester United fan and season ticket holder. Lover of the Premier League and La Liga. Enjoys American sports. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

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