Cheeky Andy Cole wants Manchester United to sign Sergio Aguero
Manchester United legend Andy Cole has told Louis van Gaal to sign Manchester City star striker Sergio Aguero this summer. The former English international has played for both the Manchester Clubs in his trophy ladden career and has been Premier League’s second highest goal scorer of all time with 187 goals to his name.
Manchester United are looking for a quality striker this summer as Radamel Falcao failed miserably during his loan spell and went beack to Monaco. The future of Robin van persie and Javier Hernandez is unknown as they failed to reach Louis van gaal’s expectations.
The Red Devils has finished fourth in Premier League and qualified for Champions League next season but were highly inefficient in front of goal scoring 21 goals lesser than rivals Manchester City.
Andy Cole suggests Manchester United to plot a sensational move to Sergio Aguero after the legends match between Manchester United and Bayern Munich at Old Trafford for a charity foundation.
‘If I was being cheeky, I would give City £60m for Sergio Aguero because Aguero – fit – is the best centre forward in the Premier Legue. Fit, firing, he’s unbelievable,’ said Cole.
‘You can imagine him playing alongside Wayne Rooney. It wouldn’t be bad would it?
‘Whoever comes to Man United as a centre forward is going to be under a hell of a lot of pressure.
‘The fans want to see, that’s the X-Factor, for people to say wow. Man United has always been that kind of club, always want big name players to come here and fans get buoyant about it.’
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