Sergio Aguero Interview: I would adapt easily to English football

Sergio Aguero inherited the mantle of star striker at Atletico Madrid from Fernando Torres and on Tuesday night he showed exactly why, scoring two excellent goals in a 2-2 draw against Chelsea in the Champions League.

Aguero has been the subject of intense transfer speculation in the last 18 months, and there were claims by Atletico Madrid this summer that they rejected a £42m bid for the Argentina international.

The Chelsea Blog recently sat down with Sergio Aguero to discuss the Chelsea interest and whether he fancies playing in the English Premier League or not.

You can read the whole Aguero interview here – we’ve posted some excerpts below:

“Since I played in Independiente, English football has been one of my favourites. The speed and the way it is played have always made me feel that I could adapt myself to it quite easily.

“I used to watch the Premier League on TV, but I did not prefer any team in particular. However, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool, especially in the last few years, are the teams that have caught my attention.

“Before my name was included in PlayStation football games, I used to choose Milan, Chelsea or Manchester United.”

Read the full Sergio Aguero interview here.

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