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Raheem Sterling: Aguero BLASTS Man City Transfer Decision! (Details)

Former Manchester City striker Sergio Kun Aquero has blasted Manchester City for Selling Raheem Sterling To Chelsea, MySportDab reports.

Aquero has turned so critical of Man City’s decision to sell former teammate Raheem Sterling to Chelsea.

Aguero, who spent six years with Manchester, stated that the club would soon regret letting Raheem Sterling leave.

The Argentine international was one of City’s most prolific strikers since he joined the team with a record-breaking number of goals.

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In his six years spell at Manchester City, Aguero has scored 257 goals and is Manchester City’s highest goals-scorer.

On the Premier League’s all-time-goal-scoring chart, Aguero is fourth. He broke Man City’s scoring record in 2017 when he crossed the 177 goals mark with his 178th strike.

Aguero linked Manchester City’s decision to sell Steeling to the presence of a new and highly-rated signing Erling Haaland.

According to him, Erling Haaland needs time before he can adapt to a tougher and more competitive Premier League football.

He used the Liverpool match as a point of reference to emphasize that his former team may be facing difficult times after a half-baked decision to sell Raheem Sterling.

Taking to his Twitch handle, Aguero wrote, “I don’t understand the sale of Sterling. There are times they (Man City) makes strange decisions.”

Raheem Sterling was part of the three top players that Manchester City sold to rival clubs. The England international was sold to Chelsea after Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez joined the team.

Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenlo joined Arsenal as Pep Guardiola clears space for new arrivals.

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