Aguero’s Barcelona move a ploy to pacify Messi after Suarez’s unceremonious exit – Olatunji-Okuku

Aguero’s Barcelona move a ploy to pacify Messi after Suarez’s unceremonious exit – Olatunji-Okuku



The prominent football chief feels the Argentine’s move to Camp Nou will help appease his compatriot

Sergio Aguero’s move to Barcelona will help ‘pacify’ Lionel Messi following the abrupt exit of Luis Suarez from the Camp Nou giants, according to Samuel Olatunji-Okuku.

After a trophy-laden spell at Manchester City – where he starred for over 10 years – the Argentina international joined the La Liga side as a free agent.

The 32-year-old’s arrival at the Catalan side could see him play alongside national teammate Messi whose contract expired this summer.

Voicing his opinion on Aguero’s Spanish elite division, the well-respected African football administrator says the move is a good one, and claims that would help console the six-time Ballon d’Or winner after the unceremonious departure of his friend Suarez.