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Sergio Aguero Reveals What He Dislikes Most About Barcelona, He Does Not Appear A Happy Man

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Sergio Aguero Reveals What He Dislikes Most About Barcelona, He Does Not Appear A Happy Man

Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero did not appear a happy man when he opened up about the thing that he dislikes the most during his time in Barcelona.

The 33-year-old Argentine striker left the defending Premier League champions at the end of last season to complete a free transfer to Barcelona.

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However, Aguero’s Barcelona debut is currently on hold after he was ruled out for 10 weeks due to a calf injury.

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The former City star, who could make his Barcelona debut in late October, is reportedly unhappy after Argentina teammate Lionel Messi left the club.

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During a Twitch stream with Ibai Llanos, Aguero revealed that he was finding it difficult to drive around the streets of Barcelona.

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According to Sport, the Argentina international has found that the traffic is almost impossible to navigate around.

Aguero said: “I go by the main road [in the centre], and the GPS tells me to turn right, but when I arrive and I have to turn right, I have to pull to the right, right?

“Well [...] they honk the horn. But I'm going to turn right!”

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The Spanish newspaper added that Aguero said a taxi driver took him to task on one occasion.

The striker added: “A taxi driver scolded me and I told him: ‘But brother, if I'm going to turn right, I have to turn to the right side.’ And he tells me: ‘No, your lane is here.’

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

“And I say, ‘But if I have to turn, when I turn, if you come, you will hit me.’

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“I swear to you, either I am bad or the streets here are bad. For me they are wrong.”

Aguero has been linked with a potential move to the MLS in January amid claims that he is ‘disappointed’ over Messi’s departure to Paris Saint-Germain.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/PA

Topics: Sergio Aguero, Barcelona, La Liga, Spain, Football

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