Man United make surprise move for Sergio Aguero: report

Man United are amongst the clubs interested in a move for Sergio Aguero.

Well, after laughing at Paul Ince’s comments about Manchester United potentially moving for Sergio Aguero, it’s fair to say I’m eating my words this morning…

The story comes from Foot Mercato, translated by Sport Witness. Apparently, Manchester United are amongst the five clubs who have made an offer for the Premier League star Aguero, although the Reds making their move for the Argentine does come as a surprise.

After all, we’re talking about an absolute legend at Manchester City. Although he’s leaving this summer, would Aguero really want to throw that positive rapport with the Etihad fans away by moving to their cross-town rivals? I’d doubt it.

In terms of other interest, Chelsea, Inter Milan and PSG are all keen – with the French giants the main topic of conversation for Foot Mercato.

Although there is obvious bad blood there between Aguero and United, he would fill a potential void in the squad. There’s a real lack of goals in this side outside of Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate for that world-class forward. Heck, the gaffer may even beg Aguero to make the move to United if Edinson Cavani does indeed leave this summer, which may well happen

I still think this is a massive long-shot, but it’s an option worth exploring. All Aguero can do is say no, right? Heck, it’d be negligence if United didn’t test the waters at least, though it may take fans a few goals before they forget all about his time playing for our noisy neighbours.

Would a Man United move for Aguero make sense? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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