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Pep Guardiola and a drastic decision about Sergio Agüero

By Mauricio Saenz

Pep Guardiola and a drastic decision about Sergio Agüero

The coach's already analyzing the Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea

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There's less and less to the Champions League final between Manchester City and Chelsea. In what are the last touches prior to the most important duel in its history, Pep Guardiola's Citizens already know that the coach will have no "mercy" when it comes to choosing the eleven that will come out in Porto to win the Orejona. The Catalan's statements on what could be the farewell of Kun Agüero on the pitch, have the English press with the creeps.

Sky Sports has published that the strategist has a dilemma with the Argentine. He wants to give him the best farewell to him after 15 titles and 258 goals during his 10 years at the Etihad. That said, Guardiola has already warned that he will be cold when choosing the team: “Right now Sergio Agüero is injured. If he was fit I'd say I'll be cold".

"I have to decide what is the best strategy to win the game. If Sergio is fit and I think he can help us, he will play. If he can help us score he will play, but it is the Champions League final, I have to make the decision that he wins the match. Listen a little more. Seriously, they are not stupid. They want to play, so they will be very nice to me", Pep continued about what could be a bittersweet end for the Argentine.

Guardiola did not take any care in marking the court in terms of the decisions he will make in Porto: "Once I make the selection they will be who they are, grumpy and annoyed with me as usual. That is why the relationship between the players and the coach has You have to be distant. You can't be close because you make decisions that can affect careers and sometimes I have to be unfair to them. They are lucky to have a coach who rotates a lot, in recent months I have changed every game to six or seven players In this situation I would say that I have been generous with them".

The Catalan's words haven't gone unnoticed regarding the Argentine's last meeting with the Manchester team. Even in a football where five changes are allowed thanks to the pandemic, Kun compete with players like Sterling, Gabriel Jesús, Ferrán Torres and Fernandinho to enter from the bench. Although it hurts to think about it, there are chances that Sergio Kun Agüero will not have a single minute in the Champions League final.



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