Published: Tue, July 18, 2017
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Odds slashed on Sergio Aguero leaving Man City for Chelsea

Odds slashed on Sergio Aguero leaving Man City for Chelsea

According to Sky Sports News, Chelsea are showing a serious interest in signing Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero this summer.

But the Argentinean global could push for a move as there are doubts over whether he fits in to Pep Guardiola's system and he lost his place to Jesus Gabriel last season before the Brazilian got injured.

City and Pep Guardiola have always said that Aguero will stay at City, but the questions about Aguero's future have only increased this summer as City continue to pursue a deal for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez.

Chelsea are keen on the likes of Alvaro Morata, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Andrea Belotti and a surprise name now being linked with a move to Stamford Bridge is Aguero.

The Argentine worldwide has scored 122 times for the Citizens in the six years he has been playing in the blue half of Manchester.

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While Chelsea are considering a move for Aguero, Solhekol claims City are not looking to sell the 29-year-old. However he has been consigned to a role on the bench since the arrival of Gabriel Jesus in January.

"Absolutely. There's never been a doubt about that".

Sergio Aguero speaks to Manchester city, July 2011. "It has never been in doubt", he added.

Chelsea have the funds to put in a tempting bid to City for Aguero and to offer the striker attractive terms, while they may feel their status as Premier League champions could prove valuable in negotiations.

Aguero still has three years left on the contract which he extended last season, meaning that his future is still in City's hands rather than his own.

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