Arsenal, Chelsea & Tottenham Are In The Race For Man City Super Star

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Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham are all interested in signing Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, according to Goal.

Aguero’s future is reportedly in doubt after he was dropped from City’s starting xi against Barcelona a fortnight ago. After the game, Guardiola said he needed more midfielders on the pitch and had to sacrifice the Argentine but reports claim the striker doesn’t fit into his manager’s plans and could be axed next summer.

It is believed Guardiola has made signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, a long-time Arsenal target his priority and would push Aguero out of the club if he gets his wishes.

Spanish Publication Don Balon has now claimed that we are interested in signing the Argentine striker and will keep an eye on his situation at the Etihad.

 However, we are not the only club interested in the Argentine and the report claims London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are also keen on the hitman.

It is Chelsea who are believed to be currently leading the race to sign the Argentine but Gooners will be hoping that we jump ahead of the Blues when it is certain that he will be leaving City.

We have been in need of a world class striker for quite sometime and in our search for one, Wenger shifted Alexis Sanchez to the center forward position but the Chilean hasn’t proven that he can score plenty of goals, making a move for Aguero imperative.

Aguero will strengthen any squad in the Premier League and I’m sure Wenger would not want to miss the opportunity to add the striker to our squad should any arise.


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