With speculations still looming on Kun Aguero's future after he leaves the Etihad Stadium after 10 years playing for Manchester City, it seems more likely than not that he will be joining France giants PSG. Many big football clubs in Europe including Barcelona, Juventus and Arsenal have been on his quest, but the 33 year old might be flying out to Paris, France. Kylian Mbappe and Neymar are one of the most dynamic duo in football and Kun Aguero might want to play with them and possibly form a formidable and threatening attacking trinity. Kun Aguero might also be looking for a change in playing environment and wants to play in a different country, a different league with different competitors just like Christiano Ronaldo did when he left Manchester United for Real Madrid in 2009. Kun Aguero might be looking forward to do the same and establish his spot as one of the best football players not only in the English Premier League but also in the French League.
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