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Aguero: I'm not perfect but I've plenty to offer

The Argentine is looking forward to life in Manchester following his switch from La Liga.

MANCHESTER CITY TOOK the time to officially unveil new signing Sergio Aguero in Dublin on Friday.

According to City boss Roberto Mancini, the former Atletico Madrid striker is unlikely to feature in the Aviva Stadium tournament but he has made to the trip to Ireland in order to start getting to know his new team-mates.

The 23-year-old is City’s record purchase – costing an estimated €43 million plus – and told the Manchester City official website that he does not believe he’ll have any difficult in adapting to life in the Premier League.

“I don’t think I’ll have too many problems settling into the team. I’ll obviously be doing my best to do what the manager asks and try and work the way he wants me to. Of course, he will know how he wants to use me.

“My style has always been to fight to the death for every ball and five 100% in every game. Be concentrated to the maximum in everything I do. Movement, running off the ball, winning the ball back and scoring goals. I’m not a player who can do everything, but I still have plenty to offer.”

Wesley Sneijder has travelled with Inter Milan despite being repeatedly linked with a move away from the club while Celtic boss Neil Lennon believes the tournament will be a crucial part of ensuring the Bhoys maintain their winning start to the new SPL campaign, which started last weekend.

The Airtricity League XI take on Manchester City at the Aviva Stadium later today (2pm), a game followed by a clash between Inter Milan and Celtic (4.30pm).

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