Sergio Aguero Makes Decision on His Next Club Amid Links to Man United, Chelsea and Barcelona
- Sergio Aguero is due to leave Man City at the expiration his contract at the end of the season
- A host of top European clubs are angling to snap up Sergio Aguero on a free transfer this summer
- The Argentine spent 10 years at Etihad, winning an impressive 13 titles, including four EPL titles
Sergio Aguero reportedly favours a move to Barcelona once he leaves Man City at the end of the ongoing season.
Aguero already has offers from a string of clubs which are eyeing his services, only days after it was confirmed he will be quitting City.
The Etihad-based outfit announced earlier in the week the lethal forward will be bidding them farewell once his contract with them expires.
However, Metro UK reports the 32-year-old will not be short of offers once the summer window opens.
The publication, citing Foot Mercato revealed the Argentine striker has already received interest from up to five clubs including Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, Man United and Serie A giants Inter Milan.
However, it is believed Aguero has Barcelona as his first-choice destination, and the La Liga side's top office are keen on a deal for him.
The prospect of linking up with fellow countryman, Lionel Messi, is said to be the number one factor he would consider a switch to the Camp Nou.
Current Barca boss Ronald Koeman has been identified as a possible hindrance to the transfer, with the Dutchman understood to prefer the signing of Memphis Depay instead.
Aguero will be leaving Etihad after an illustrious career spanning close to 10 years that saw him make over 350 appearances for City.
During the period, he inked his name in history books as the club's all-time record goal-scorer.
He won an impressive 13 titles in the process, including four Premier League trophies and will be looking to add a fifth this season before he departs.
Speaking on his imminent exit, Pep Guardiola hailed Aguero's immense contribution to City's success in recent years, adding the striker will be irreplaceable.
"Sergio is irreplaceable. I could say in terms of numbers he can be replaceable, it’s not easy when you see more than 360 games played and more than 250 goals, the amount of titles," he said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Paris Saint Germain have reportedly jumped in the chase to sign free agent Sergio Aguero at the end of this season.
The Argentine has already confirmed he will leave the Etihad Stadium outfit this summer - ending his 10-year reign at the club.
His decision has alerted his admirers who are already planning to make a move for the prolific goals scorer once his deal expires.