Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is not keen on a move to Manchester United this summer, according to reports in England.
The Argentine could be available in the transfer market and a host of clubs are keen to make a swoop for him in a record move. Jose Mourinho is also reportedly interested in signing Ageuro in a controversial move from their cross city rivals. Manchester United are interested in signing a new striker in the summer as Zlatan Ibrahimovic has suffered knee ligament injury and will not be playing for the club next season.
However, according to Sunday Times, the 28-year old is not willing to move to switch his allegiance to their bitter rivals as it can cause a stir among the City fans. Daily Mail also suggests that Aguero will not make a move to Old Trafford even if Manchester United will pay him more than his current £230,000-a-week wages at City.
Aguero has been in sensational form this season as he managed to score 31 goals for Manchester City across all competitions. He is the leading goalscorer for the club but manager Pep Guardiola is not keen to keep him with the club next season.
The Catalan tactician is keen to have Gabriel Jesus as his No.9 for the upcoming season as the Brazilian has proven his class in January before being injured for the bulk part of the season. Pep rates the young Brazilian as one of the most talented young players in the world and is keen to groom him for future.
Aguero’s future at the club remains unclear as the decision to let Argentine can work either way and could be a massive gamble in the illustrious career of Pep Guardiola. The Spaniard will also let Aguero leave abroad and a transfer to a direct rival is a near impossible deal in the summer window.
Paris Saint-Germain is considered as one of the front-runners for Sergio Aguero as the French club continues to hunt for star names in Europe. Pep has worked with some world-class strikers in the names of Samuel Etoo, Thierry Henry and Robert Lewandowski but Aguero is believed to not reach Guardiola’s expectations this season.