Argentina and Manchester City superstar, Sergio Aguero, releases brand new autobiographical novel entitled ‘Born To Rise’. The 26-year-old two-time English Premier League Champion and FIFA World Cup Brazil 2014 Finals runner up firmly illustrates the inspirational narrative in ‘Born To Rise’ how he grew up in poverty in Bueno Aires, Argentina, before becoming a globally recognized, multi-millionaire professional athlete and technically natural goalscorer in the world’s most famous soccer league – English Premier League; Aguero has 7.5 million subscribers on Twitter, and 8.6 million fans on Facebook.
Aguero – similar to compatriot Messi – vividly recollects his roots throughout the unvarnished tale; documenting playing in unsavoury circumstances when playing the beautiful game without monetary attached. Sergio Aguero’s positive influence – on and off the field – has seen Manchester City mark their dominating territory over intense bitter rivals and 13-time English Premier League Champions Manchester United. The former Atletico Madrid hero – known affectionately as Kun – speaks of great admiration of Manchester City claiming their first English Premier League crown in history by way of a thrilling stoppage time game-winning strike against Queen’s Park Rangers on the final day of the English Premier League 2011-12 season; Aguero claims this to be the most defining moment of his successful career thus far. Manchester City subsequently became English Premier League Champions in 2013-14, where Sergio Aguero led in goals scored for Manchester City; the talent-laden Manchester City is owned by United Arab Emirates affluent billionaire royal, Khaldoon Al Mubarak.
The in-form Argentinean fondly speaks of his personal relationships with former Internazionale and Manchester City Head Coach, Roberto Mancini, and current Manchester City Head Coach ,Manuel Pellegrini, whilst humbly confirming that he needs to net 70 goals in one season before being remotely considered in the iconic class of Lionel Andrés Messi (FC Barcelona) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid).
Aguero – who earns £10.4m per season – has an affinity with Manchester City fans, commenting in ‘Born To Rise’ how he loyally wants to remain with the sky blues until the elusive dreams of claiming the prestigious UEFA Champions League arrives; Aguero further alludes how he wants to remain with the reigning English Premier League title holders for the rest of his professional soccer career.
Sergio Aguero is the son-in-law of Argentina national treasure, Diego Armando Maradona, and talks about his life beyond the spotlight, with ex-wife Giannina, being subject. ‘Born To Rise’ essentially captures a true rags to riches story that will resonate with readers who dare to dream.Sergio Aguero scores an important goal with his novel debut effort in sharing the truth beyond the image and saccharin fame.
W| By Dean Perretta @DeanPerretta