Agree with Rednich.
Serves all the twats right who actually believed we might be able to sign Aguero ahead of the likes of Madrid, Chelsea, Man City etc.
Our meeting with Aguero's agent at the end of June musn't have gone well.
I still fail to find any solid evidence that we had a meeting or that we were even in for him.
The position we are in at the moment automatically ruled us out of signing any "Aguero" type players this season. Even if we decided to try the fact that Man City have the money to spend, will offer high wages and have a team that can challenge now is a big prospect for players nowadays.
We're building something that'll take time, Man City are building quickly. With no European football to offer at the moment we are hardly the most lucrative prospect (yes, we have history but that will mean nothing to continental players in the long run). People may hate the Man City approach but it's happening whether anybody likes it or not. Thing is with FFP that bubble will burst sooner or later and they'll be limited wages and spending wise like anybody else. Aguero will prove to be a top buy for them, question is with so many strikers and unhappy players can they keep him happy and willing to stay there. After all they need a team not something created from fantasy football. On paper Man City look to be a fantastic team (arguably best in prem league) that can challenge for everything; the issue they appear to have is getting that team of superstars to gel effectively and keep all of their big names happy.
Only time will tell, but regardless, City have landed a great signing here.