#2 Sergio Aguero (Argentina)
The former Manchester City forward signed for Barcelona just a few weeks ago and will not represent Barcelona as he heads into the 2021 Copa America with Argentina. The Premier League legend never really dropped his quality until last season, however, injuries have not been kind to him. For his last ever game at the City of Manchester Stadium, he showed what he was capable of scoring a brace against Everton in the most lethal form, seemingly back to his very best.
Sergio Aguero, however, was not a regular starter under Pep Guardiola this season. The striker was out with multiple knee and thigh injuries for long durations. This led to the Spanish coach picking Gabriel Jesus or even a midfielder who would play the role of false 9 ahead of the Argentine.
However, whenever the center-forward was given the opportunity he seemed to make the most of it. He scored a belter against Crystal Palace, a penalty against Fulham, and two goals in the final game week. Kun Aguero will also be reunited with his new club and country teammate Lionel Messi. Fans are hoping to watch the two play some extremely attractive football together and they will get the opportunity to witness the pair in action on the international stage before they feature alongside each other at the club level for the first time.
While Aguero isn’t among the starting eleven, he will be a massive addition to the Argentina squad and he will have the opportunity to prove himself again. He’s got more goals for Argentina than the likes of Gonzalo Higuain, Carlos Tevez, and Hernan Crespo despite having lesser appearances, but the presence of Lautaro Martinez could see him get fewer minutes at the Copa America.