The 33-year-old signed for the LaLiga giants on a free transfer earlier this summer but is yet to make his debut for the club after being ruled out for 10 weeks due to a calf injury.
However, the Argentine is reportedly unhappy with the fact that his good friend, Lionel Messi, doesn't play at the club anymore. He also revealed to Twitch streamer, Ibis Llanos, that he was finding it difficult to drive around the streets of Barcelona. A report from Sport claims, the former City man has found that the traffic is almost impossible to navigate around.
Aguero said: “I go by the main road [in the centre], and the GPS tells me to turn right, but when I arrive and I have to turn right, I have to pull to the right, right? Well [...] they honk the horn. But I'm going to turn right!”
The Spanish newspaper added that Aguero said a taxi driver took him to task on one occasion.
The striker added: “A taxi driver scolded me and I told him: ‘But brother, if I'm going to turn right, I have to turn to the right side.’ And he tells me: ‘No, your lane is here.’
“And I say, ‘But if I have to turn, when I turn, if you come, you will hit me.’ I swear to you, either I am bad or the streets here are bad. For me they are wrong.”
Aguero scored 260 goals and contributed 73 assists during his time in the Premier League with City, and Barcelona will be hoping he can reach similar heights at Camp Nou.