Manchester United Make Contact With Sergio Aguero Over Move
Sergio Aguero could make a surprise move to Manchester United this summer, with the Premier League club reportedly one of five to have already made contact with him.
On Monday night it was confirmed that Aguero will end 10 years at Manchester City when his contract comes to an end in the summer.
That means he'll be available for no transfer fee and clubs outside of the Premier League can already start official negotiation with him.
Whilst there's no destination in the former Atletico Madrid forward's future just yet, five clubs have already reportedly opened contact with him over a move.
Surprisingly United are amongst them, according to Foot Mercato, with PSG, Chelsea, Inter Milan and one unnamed club the others.
The 32-year-old is already immortalised in English football for his goal in 2012 which won City their first Premier League title.
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Of course the goal in injury time against QPR took the title away from United, who had beaten Sunderland and were top of the table until the Argentine's intervention.
A move across Manchester would surely muddy his legendary status at the Etihad Stadium, especially with the player getting a statue alongside fellow modern legends David Silva and Vincent Kompany.
It makes more sense from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side given that the club are reportedly prioritising a striker in the summer.
Edinson Cavani's contract at Old Trafford is also up in the summer and there has been reports of him calling it quits after one year in England and moving back to South America.
Iconic :scream:- Soccer AM (@SoccerAM) March 30, 2021
When Sergio Aguero's classic goal caused pure mayhem in the Soccer Saturday studio :point_down: pic.twitter.com/VmBo5XthcZ
United, like City, have been linked with a move for Erling Haaland this summer, and the Borussia Dortmund striker is likely to be high on everyone's list.
Barcelona have also been linked with a move for Aguero, with the Catalan giants in financial difficulties and likely to see 'free transfers' as a way round spending big fees.
Club captain Lionel Messi is also good friends with his countryman, having shared a room at international duty for many years, and a move for the City legend could be seen as a way to get the six time Ballon d'Or winner to stay at the Nou Camp.
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