Sergio Agüero

Sergio Agüero is an Argentine forward who plays for Manchester City. Born on June 2, 1988, Agüero became the youngest ever player to play in the Argentine top-flight in July 2003, having just turned 15. The striker played for Independiente from 2003 until 2006, when he moved to Atlético Madrid and became the main striker for the club in 2007 when Fernando Torres departed for Liverpool.

At just 19, Aguero was turning heads around Europe and was the third top scorer in LaLiga during the 2007/08 season. Continued success was rewarded with a move to the wealthy Manchester City in 2011. Agüero has won two Premier League titles with City and is responsible for one of the most-famous moments in the club’s history – that stoppage-time winner against Queens Park Rangers to seal the first in 2012. He is also City’s all-time record scorer.

 Position:
Striker
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
32
  Birth Place:
Buenos Aires
  Preferred Foot:
Both

Sergio Agüero

 Position:
Striker
  Country:
Argentina
  Age:
32
  Birth Place:
Buenos Aires
  Preferred Foot:
Both

Sergio Agüero is an Argentine forward who plays for Manchester City. Born on June 2, 1988, Agüero became the youngest ever player to play in the Argentine top-flight in July 2003, having just turned 15. The striker played for Independiente from 2003 until 2006, when he moved to Atlético Madrid and became the main striker for the club in 2007 when Fernando Torres departed for Liverpool.

At just 19, Aguero was turning heads around Europe and was the third top scorer in LaLiga during the 2007/08 season. Continued success was rewarded with a move to the wealthy Manchester City in 2011. Agüero has won two Premier League titles with City and is responsible for one of the most-famous moments in the club’s history – that stoppage-time winner against Queens Park Rangers to seal the first in 2012. He is also City’s all-time record scorer.