The brother of Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero has recently taken to his social media to launch a scathing attack on manager Pep Guardiola.
Aguero first joined the Citizens 10-years ago, during his decade long stay in Manchester, the South American has enjoyed a superb career.
Despite racking up a whopping 15 major trophies, Aguero will be best remembered for his final day goalscoring heroics against QPR to snatch the 2011-12 Premier League title away from bitter rivals Manchester United.
However, with time now against him and with his contract set to expire, the club recently announced their top goalscorer will be leaving once the final game of this season has been played.
The Citizens were last in action on Saturday where they were beaten 1-0 by Chelsea in the Champions League final.
Although Aguero didn’t start the match, manager Pep Guardiola did bring him on with around 15-minutes left to play – sadly, the Argentinian failed to have any kind of impact on the match and his side ultimately went on to watch their domestic rivals lift the illustrious trophy.
Most recently though, Aguero’s brother Mauricio del Castillo took to Twitter and posted a tweet saying: “Guardiola never wanted my brother since his arrival at City.”
Shortly after posting, the sibling deleted his tweet and when asked by one fan why he had removed it, said: “Many toxic people, too many. I’m glad people have seen it and I’ll write it again if I want.”