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One of the brightest young talents in the world, Aguero is expected to make his World Cup debut in South Africa in a tournament that may signal his emergence as a bona fide star. Aguero's versatility is a major asset for Argentina, as he can play forward or anywhere in the midfield. However, his size may be a concern when facing more physical opponents, and moving him to the wings could be the best option. A move outside could also help Argentina coach Diego Maradona maximize the offensive potential of his team. Aguero's superb offensive skills have drawn comparisons to Maradona. He's also married to the coach's daughter and the two have a child together. Aguero's rise has been obvious after leading Argentina to two FIFA U-20 World Cup titles, while leading the 2007 tournament with six goals. He also led the team to the gold medal at the 2008 Olympics. He's considered a target for a move to a major European club this summer. Aguero has starred for Atletico Madrid for the past four seasons, helping the club to the Europa League title with a 2-1 win over Fulham in the final. He scored 23 goals in 54 games for Independiente of Argentina before moving to Spain in May 2006.
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