Aguero prepares to bid teary farewell to hotel staff as exit from town looms


Sergio Aguero is said to be “prepared” for an emotional goodbye from Manchester City after being informed on Monday that his contract will not be renewed this summer.

And many tears will be saved for those with whom he has forged an iron bond at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Manchester, where he has lived for the past decade.

Speaking through an interpreter in the wake of the decision, the 32-year-old said he would be most missed by the friendly and helpful staff at his long-term residence.

“The chef knows how my meals are like, they installed a satellite just for me to get all the Argentinian TV channels, and the cleaning staff have become one of Manchester’s best friends because they are always so courteous and respectful, ”he remarked. Tuesday.

“We don’t talk a lot because we don’t need to, we have a deeper connection. Also, they are always very busy vacuuming and changing the bed so there is not much time for chatting even though I spoke their language.

“Yes, when I leave the room and say goodbye to whoever works at the front desk that day, I’m sure there will be a tear or two. “

Manchester City’s most famous goal scorer is set to move to new pastures next season but has vowed he will never forget the things that make life in the famous city so unique.

“What can I say about Manchester? It is an unforgettable place. So many people and buildings and cars and things.

“I’ve never seen anywhere else like this!”

“I will always remember that there are among the many other cities and places in the world that I have been to,” he said during the candid interview.

“And I will always have memories of this special place. None come to mind at the moment, but I know I will remember something about it. Absoutely. For sure. One day.”


Meanwhile, City fans are planning their own tribute to the departing club legend.

“We would like to erect a statue of Kun celebrating the goal against QPR – possibly alongside a sent off Joey Barton,” City fan Derek Edghill said this afternoon.

He plans to raise money for the commemoration from other City fans across Manchester

“And we hope that the club could also shell out. After all, there are only 40 of us and these things are expensive.


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