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Sergio Agüero has a pre-contract with a club and it is not Manchester City

The future of Sergio Agüero begins to clarify, and he already has a pre-agreement that would confirm his departure from Manchester City.

Sergio Agüero has a pre-contract with a club and it is not Manchester City

He is in the spotlight and even if he asks and says "let's hold on a bit", he would have almost everything done to wear Barcelona´sshirt. The big question is whether he would do it together with Lionel Messi, or as his 'replacement'. The truth is that, as advanced from Spain, Sergio Agüero would already have a preliminary agreement with Joan Laporta to sign for FC Barcelona next season.

According to the information from Spanish media, Laporta has a "'point of agreement" with' Kun' to defend the Catalans until 2023. However, the contract has not yet been signed because Carles Tusquets is still responsible for the Manager until the new president takes office, to the excitement of all the Blaugrana partners, on the new challenge that the president will have.

Furthermore, Agüero would not be recent, but would have been offered by Hernán Reguera, who has been moving the player for months, to the three candidacies (Laporta, Font, Freixa), according to the aforementioned medium. Agüero is disappointed by City's attitude. At Etihad Stadium they are letting time pass and the future of the former Independiente is in uncertainty for not signing the contract renewal.

It is for this reason that the Argentine forward would welcome moving to Catalonia to play alongside Lionel Messi, partner at Argentine National Team, and one of his best friends. The most convenient thing for the Barça club is that ‘Kun’ would arrive at zero cost. Round business for Laporta if he really concrete it<. It should be remembered that Sergio Agüero played in Spain until the 2010-11 season at Atlético de Madrid. With the red and white shirt, the Argentine attacker played a total of 234 games, scoring 101 goals and giving 38 assists.

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