Sergio Aguero has finally scored his first goal for Barcelona, but is he the answer to the Spanish side’s problems?
Ex-Manchester City striker Aguero has scored his first goal for new club in a friendly against Cornella since joining back in May.
The new signing has started life at Camp Nou in a less than ideal way to say the least, being ruled out of the squad due to injury before the season began.
But despite the game being played behind closed doors and the fixture being relatively low key, this could mark the beginning of a potentially stellar career for the Argentine at the Catalonian outfit.
It’s no secret that Aguero’s new club has faced plenty of issues lately, struggling financially and sitting an overwhelming ninth in the La Liga table so far.
But is the Argentinian the answer to Barcelona’s problems on the field?
Taking over Messi’s No. 19 jersey will be no easy task, but given the legendary status he obtained at Premier League champions Manchester City, Aguero could definitely help Barcelona begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
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