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City's record goalscorer Aguero is leaving at the expiration of his contract at next month and looks set to return to La Liga with Barcelona after seven wonderful, trophy-laden seasons in English football.
Aguero signed off at the Etihad Stadium with a brilliant brace against Everton on Sunday, taking his incredible City goals tally to 260 in 389 games.
Speaking on a Twitch stream last night, "I think the No.10 shirt should be given to Phil Foden. Some say Kevin. The thing is, I believe Kevin used his number  at other clubs, so I don't think he would change it. That's why I think Phil Foden."
Sergio Agüero on his №10:- Man City Report (@cityreport_) May 25, 2021
"I think the №10 shirt should be given to @PhilFoden. Some say Kevin. The thing is, I believe Kevin used his number  at other clubs, so I don't think he would change it. That's why I think Phil Foden." pic.twitter.com/wlyoJy4841
aguero just said on stream he wants phil foden to take his #10. i'm in tears man this is poetry :sob:- alex (@mcfcvlex) May 25, 2021
Aguero also described Foden, who has been in sensational form this term, as a "crack player" - which basically means he is outstanding/world-class.
In 2011, an 11-year-old Foden was a ball boy watching Aguero score twice off the bench in his City debut against Swansea and he then went on to assist his 200th in sky blue when he became teammates with him many years later later.
AGUEROOOOOOOOO :blue_heart: A true legend! What you have achieved at City is inspirational. I will never be able to thank you enough for the support you have given me. It's been an honour to play alongside you! 1 game to go! @aguerosergiokun :trophy::raised_hands: pic.twitter.com/ZsjEuEvg5U- Phil Foden (@PhilFoden) May 23, 2021
Foden paid tribute to the Argentine ace after his send-off against Everton, where the 20-year-old was on the scoresheet and lifted a third Premier League title.
"He's unbelievable isn't he?" Foden said, as per the official Manchester City website.
"You know how much the fans love him and all the players. You can see that today when he scored everyone ran over to celebrate with him.
"I was a ball boy here watching him for many years score so many goals.
"It's sad to see him go but I wish him all the best in whatever he does next."
Foden currently wears the No.47 shirt as a tribute to his late grandfather Ronnie, who passed away aged 47. He is said to have politely declined a shirt number change in the summer of 2019.