Sergio Aguero, who joined La Liga giants Barcelona on a free transfer at the start of the month, departed Manchester City after an incredible decade - where he won a total of 14 pieces of silverware, and became the club’s all-time top goalscorer.
The Argentine, who was pictured standing alongside a mural in Manchester city centre as part of his departure in May, is reportedly considering to further establish his presence, and grow his property portfolio in the city, through the opening of a bar.
A source close to Sergio Aguero told the Sun, “Kun has a wide portfolio of investments and the idea of a ‘Sergio’s bar’ has been put to him - maybe even at the stadium."
"He is wedded to Manchester after living there for ten years and there are a few ideas in the mix that he’s considering.”
The 33 year-old wouldn’t be the first former Blues player to invest into Manchester property, with Vincent Kompany being behind the city centre development “M4nchester Two”.
Should the striker open “Sergio’s Bar”, then he would join Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata in owning restaurants in the city.
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