Former Manchester United striker was one controversial forward and he confirmed this after swapping Old Trafford for the Etihad at some point in his career. The Argentine star eventually decided that he needed to exit Old Trafford and he decided to create a lot of enemies by choosing to sign for United's arch-rivals and noisy neighbors Manchester City.

The move confirmed the reports of him having a fall-out with the then-manager Sir Alex Ferguson after being snubbed for a particular Champions League match where he started on the bench. He then decided to be very aggressive with his reaction and initiated a move to City that summer.
However, even though he spent a couple of years at the Etihad, he still could not pick out a single former Manchester City team-mate when asked to pick his all-time ultimate team-mate XI. The former Argentina international striker played for Premier League side West Ham United before completing a move to Old Trafford.

He then left Old Trafford en route to the Etihad Stadium and signed for Juventus after leaving England. Before joining United, he already played for Brazilian club Corinthians and Argentine outfit Boca Juniors, where he currently plays his football even after clocking 37.

With all the club he played for, he had a long list of top talented players to choose from but he certainly did not deem it fit to choose any former City team-mate at all.

In his team, he picked former United stars Rio Ferdinand, Patrice Evra, Gabriel Heinze, Paul Scholes, Wayne Rooney, and Cristiano Ronaldo. He also added Paul Pogba to the lost, after the duo both played for Juventus.
He then added Lionel Messi, Gianluigi Buffon, Hugo Ibarra, and Andrea Pirlo. When asked why he did not mention himself, he said the team was already complete without him and if they were going to play a match, he would be on the bench.