SERGIO AGUERO has change into Metropolis’s document goalscorer regardless of his loneliness in Manchester.
And one of many few folks the Argentine ace turns to for firm is United keeper David De Gea.
The pair are agency mates from their days at Atletico Madrid so typically spend time collectively — regardless that they’re massive rivals on the pitch.
Aguero’s estranged spouse and son Benjamin dwell again in South America — along with his son visiting as soon as a month.
However the remainder of the time, the striker — who earlier this month chalked up his 100th objective for Metropolis — is on his personal.
The 30-year-old Metropolis icon mentioned: “Benjamin lives along with his mom in Argentina. He goes to high school there.
“He spends every week right here each month. He has a room right here and when my siblings come, they keep right here too.
“However more often than not I’m by myself. If not, I’ll hang around with Nico Otamendi — or David De Gea.
“I hang around loads with De Gea as a result of we performed collectively at Atletico Madrid. We’ve got a great friendship.
“However he performs at United and I play at Metropolis.”
Aguero gave a glimpse into his house life in the course of the ‘All or Nothing’ documentary accomplished by Amazon Prime, which begins tomorrow.
He added: “I’ve a cinema. I want motion or mafia motion pictures. As I’m by myself I don’t watch horror motion pictures.
“I’d need to lock myself in the home or in my room.”
Aguero’s sensational scoring exploits are commemorated throughout his condominium.
His father determined to place his assortment of matchballs — from his hat-tricks — on a shelf above the tv.
In the meantime, he has a dressing room which comprises all of the shirts he has worn when he has discovered the online — with every one clearly marked.
There’s additionally desk soccer that includes Metropolis’s squad from 2011-12, when he famously received them the Premier League title with virtually the final kick in opposition to QPR.
Aguero displays on that second when his stoppage-time objective snatched the title away from United.
He mentioned: “Once I look again on that objective, it was loopy.”
Within the documentary, skipper Vincent Kompany recalled: “Every little thing collapsed, all of us jumped on one another.
“The followers had been crying. It was like we had witnessed the top of the world and we had been prepared for it.
“The subsequent factor we knew we’d been despatched to paradise.
“There was a paradise on the finish.”