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Sergio Agüero, the main candidate to sign for a European giant

The Argentine forward will not continue in Manchester City in the next season. 

The Argentine forward will not continue in Manchester City in the next season. 
The Argentine forward will not continue in Manchester City in the next season. 

Sergio Agüero's sporting future after June clearly will not be in Manchester City, where their relationship ends and there were still no talks to renew it. In that sense, there were several rumors that linked him to Barcelona, where Joan Laporta assumed the presidency and wants him to "tempt" Lionel Messi to continue at the Catalan club. There was also speculation about his arrival in MLS, either to Inter Miami where he would meet again with his friend Gonzalo Higuaín as well as in other franchises of the competition.

And in the last hours the information came to light that Juventus is looking for a "Karim Benzema" for Cristiano Ronaldo, so that he can return to perform as he did at Real Madrid and tempt him to continue at the Turin club. What does Agüero have to do with all this? It's that the name of him is shuffled by the authorities of the Vecchia Signora to sign him and to make an attack pair with the Portuguese. But he's not the only player they thought of, as they also analyze Moise Kean.

Sergio Agüero and Moise Kean have different presents

Agüero (32 years old) lives the end of his contract at Etihad between doubts about his present performance (3 goals in 14 games) and Guardiola's bet on nines that distort the position. Ferran, Mahrez and even Gündogan have occupied the place that Kun has tyrannized for years to become the entity's top scorer in history. If there is no renewal, the Argentine would arrive at zero cost. Of course, it would be necessary to fight with Barça and PSG to get his services. And in Paris and Barcelona they have temptations (Pochettino and Messi) that do not exist in Turin.

And this is where the interest in Moise Kean (21 years old) takes shape. The Italian international left Juventus to get on the Premier League train, in the Everton wagon. As Toffee didn't shine and this season he is recovering his sense of smell (he has 17 goals in 33 games) that placed him among the greatest promises on the continent. Leonardo would be delighted to sign him definitively, but the agreement does not include a purchase option, so he would have to negotiate. It remains to be seen if Ancelotti values him as a starter, but with a Calvert-Lewin on the rise and a Richarlison much more mobile and adapted to the band, the minutes could falter for Moise.

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