Manchester City fans agree with Sergio Aguero that Phil Foden should wear the no. 10 shirt
Manchester City will be searching for a new no. 10 this summer when Sergio Aguero departs the club in the coming weeks.
However, the Argentine striker has made his suggestion as to who should take his shirt for next season. That being City graduate Phil Foden.
The club legend revealed on his Twitch channel via Man City Report that he wants the 20-year-old England star to inherit his number. Foden currently wears no. 47 in tribute to his grandfather.
The City academy graduate has been one of the club’s top performing players this season. In all competitions Foden has hit 16 goals and ten assists in 49 appearances.
The no. 10 shirt is one of the most popular numbers in football, and City fans on social media agreed with Aguero that Foden should be the next player to inherit it for next season.
Here’s what some City fans had to say on Twitter about Foden wearing no. 10 next season…
perfect choice https://t.co/5A7jw1cL4p— ugggh! (@prosperoluu) May 25, 2021
no brainer https://t.co/yoWIjfFlfA— SW (@heftywalks) May 25, 2021
this is why i've been waiting to get a Foden shirt. i have a #33 Gabriel Jesus. https://t.co/JClKDALai4— sad sports fan (@legsanity) May 25, 2021
THE STUFF OF DREAMS 😍 https://t.co/nhWK3ydb5K— JW🤘🏽 (@JoshuaW01725221) May 25, 2021
SIIIIIIIIIIIII https://t.co/PUrRZjSXET— j (@jhonatasxG) May 25, 2021
Oh yes 😭😭💙💙 https://t.co/VE7f9HPndA— #GraciasAguero (@KBee_Kay) May 25, 2021
Foden has experience wearing the no. 10 shirt. The 20-year-old was appointed the number for both City and U-23 level and for England’s U-21s.
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