Sergio Aguero outed as Man City’s biggest ladies’ man in hilarious Tinder Q&A

Sergio Aguero outed as Man City’s biggest ladies’ man in hilarious Tinder Q&A

January 11, 2019 0 By Today news

APPARENTLY Martin Tyler’s not the only one screaming: ‘AGUEROOOO!’

That’s according to Sergio Aguero’s Man City team-mates Benjamin Mendy and Fabian Delph who say he’s the club’s biggest ladies’ man.

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Benjamin Mendy and Fabian Delph revealed Sergio Aguero is Man City’s biggest ladies’ man[/caption]

In a Q&A session with sponsor Tinder, the City stars answered questions on hairstyles, zombie apocalypse and coaching.

But quizzed on who was the biggest success when it came to swiping right, Mendy and Delph had no hesitation in pointing at Aguero.

The City striker is no stranger to being surrounded by various women.

In November, he was seen celebrating City’s derby victory against Man United with four mystery women at Peppermint nightclub in Hollywood.

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Mendy had no hesitation in pointing to the Argentine striker[/caption]

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Aguero has been spotted with various women on nights out[/caption]

Sergio Aguero was joined by four other women after a night out in Hollywood in November
Aguero was in Hollywood after being left out of the Argentina squad

It may be Aguero’s silver mane that’s attracted attention – and it’s caught on with Mendy also following the fashion.

Asked which was first to wear the look, Aguero said: “You copied me, huh? You love me. And you texted me.”

But the trio were all in agreement over the next topic.

Should Pep Guardiola’s squad be involved in a zombie apocalypse, who would be first to die?

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The trio agreed Bernardo would die first in a zombie apocalypse[/caption]

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Fabian Delph said he was too emotional to be a coach[/caption]

Delph said: “Oh my God, Bernardo would die. They wouldn’t even have to touch Bernardo, he would see them and die.”

Mendy insisted Vincent Kompany would be last man standing.

Returning to their day job, the players discussed who they would most want to be coached by.

Delph said: “I would like to play for Ben, I would like him to be my manager, I think I’d have the best time ever. But I think I’d be a terrible manager, too emotional!”