Numerous fans of Manchester City have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relayed a claim revealing Pep Guardiola’s conversation with outbound City star Sergio Aguero.
On Monday evening, Aguero posted an emotional statement on Twitter, in which the 32-year-old confirmed that, after 10 years at Manchester City, he will be leaving the club at the end of the current campaign.
However, Mike Minay then claimed that, rather than Aguero deciding his future at City alongside the club, as had been suggested previously, Guardiola “told” the Argentine that the latter would be leaving the Etihad Stadium this summer “in a private meeting” between the two of them.
After City Xtra relayed Minay’s claim on Twitter, many fans of Manchester City flocked to have their say on the matter, with several venting their fury with the 50-year-old City manager as they seemed to believe that the Spaniard has treated the club legend in a “disrespectful” manner.
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So, what did these Manchester City fans have to say in reaction to the news of Guardiola’s Aguero conversation?
“This is really disappointing from Pep. Aguero deserves more this season, especially with Jesus lacking goals. He could have proved himself then and would have earned an extension.”
“Pep treating Aguero like this is really disrespectful. I have to hate Pep.”
“It may be better for Sergio to go before Pep ruins his career like he did Joe Hart’s.”
“What happened to it being Kun’s choice??”
“They fed us lies and we believed them.”
“Josep Guardiola better have a solid replacement otherwise Khaldoon Al Mubarak will be making another phone call real quick.”
“Big mistake and sad for those who think we will get Haaland, we will end up with Danny Ings or Lukaku.”
“Pep nooooooooo, not in front of no fans.”
“So Pep is the reason?”
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