Date: 1st April 2021 at 12:40pm
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Max Rushden has been speaking on the latest edition of The Guardian Football Weekly about news from the world of .

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Nice easy one to start off with, who currently sits top of the table?

One of the topics that he spent some time on was the news that Sergio Aguero will depart Manchester City at the end of the season when his contract expires.

The club confirmed that a statue would be built of the 32-year-old after a stunning spell in Manchester, which has seen him score 257 goals in 384 appearances for City.

He has also won 13 trophies in that time and would have to be classed as a club legend.

It seems as if his departure was pretty amicable as he has found himself barely involved this season even though he is now fit.

Rushden said: “The understanding is he sat down with Pep; he’s looked at what’s happened this season, which is he hasn’t played that much and City have been brilliant.

“He’s realised that he needs to go somewhere else if he wants to play regularly and I suspect Guardiola has been honest with him.”

Will City miss Aguero?

No, he had his time

No, he had his time

Yes, he was amazing

Yes, he was amazing

TIF Thoughts on Aguero…

Aguero has been an incredible player for Manchester City, he finds himself in fourth place in the Premier League goalscoring charts and has provided us with one of the most iconic moments in Premier League history when he scored the late winner against QPR to hand City the Premier League title in the 2011/12 season.

Since then, he has scored countless goals, but it probably is the right time to move on, and we hope he goes on to achieve success with whoever he ends up playing for as he has been a superb player to watch since he swapped Atletico Madrid for Manchester City.

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