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Sergio Agüero salary in Barcelona: how much money does he earns?

Sergio Agüero marked an era as a player in Manchester City and now he will move to Barcelona

Sergio Agüero marked an era as a player in Manchester City
Sergio Agüero marked an era as a player in Manchester City

It's time for changes in Barcelona, as the president of the Blaugrana club assured. For this reason, the Culés will have changes in their squad for the 2021-22 season; and, one of the positions that they need to fill the most is the position of forward. Sergio Agüero's the possibility and the desire of the team led by Lionel Messi.

Sergio Agüero marked an era as a player in Manchester City. Photo: Manchester City.

In Spain the signing of Kun with the Catalans is assured. As reported by Betevé's ‘La Porteria’, Barcelona already has an agreement with the Argentine striker. The Catalan media assured that the agreement between Agüero and Barca will be for the next two seasons. In addition to this, Sergio Agüero would earn a lower salary, compared to the salary he receives in Manchester City. Five million per year is the amount that it's suggested the striker would receive in Barcelona and there's even a presentation date, which would be after the Copa América dispute with Argentina.

Sergio Agüero would say goodbye to Manchester City with a not so constant season at the club. The Argentine was injured and was positive for coronavirus, so he had a few minutes with the Citizens. With a total of 18 games, he scored four goals and provided an assist.

Joan Laporta and the changes in Barcelona

Joan Laporta spoke about the changes that will take place within the Blaugrana club. "A cycle has finished, we are entering a process of renewal," said the club president at the gala of the Union of Sports Federations of Catalonia.

“Starting next week, decisions will be made to build a more competitive team next year in order to win Champions and Leagues. When I talk about the end of the cycle and renewals, it is because I think that is what to do”, added Laporta.

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