The renowned Argentine striker joined Barça in the summer of 2021 after making history with Atlético Madrid and Manchester City. Born 2 June 1988, Sergio Leonel Agüero del Castillo is a tireless goalscorer.
He was just 15 years and 35 days old when he became the youngest player ever to appear in the Argentinian first division with Club Atlético Independiente. He left for Spain in 2006, joining Atlético Madrid, where the legend was born, winning the Golden Boy award individually and the Europa League (2009/10) and European Super Cup (2010/11) with the team.
But he truly became a superstar at Manchester City. In ten years at the Etihad Stadium he became the darling of the sky blues, setting a new goalscoring record for the club and also for a foreigner in the English top flight.
He scored 260 goals and won 15 titles at City: 5 Premier Leagues, 6 League Cups, 1 FA Cup and 3 Community Shields.
Agüero played at the U20 World Cups of 2005 and 2007 and Beijing 2008 Olympics, winning the gold medal together with Leo Messi.
'Kun' is a natural in front of goal. One of the best out-and-out centre forwards in the game, he is a wonder for making space for himself to shoot, usually with remarkably few touches. He is also a tremendous reader of the game, he is always on the move and picking out space, and has knack of being in the right place at the right time, scoring with either foot and also with his head.