Aguero is close to transition in "Chelsea"

Pep Guardiola Sergio Aguero

Pep Guardiola Sergio Aguero

According to The Daily Star, as per Spanish journalist Manu Sainz who works for AS and Cadena SER amongst others, Pep Guardiola has given his permission to allow the Argentine striker to move to their Premier League rivals in a shock move. Aguero has spoken about wanting to return to Argentina to his first club Independiente after the 2018 World Cup and City would be more amenable to him eventually leaving to go there rather than to another Champions League side.

CITY have reportedly ruled out any possibility of selling Sergio Aguero to Chelsea.

The Blues were linked with a bid to sign Romelu Lukaku from Everton this summer but a move failed to materialise before the Belgian forward ended up signing for Manchester United last week.

Chelsea are desperately looking for a striker as Costa is certainly on his way out after falling out with Antonio Conte.

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That's because Sky Sports claim their sources have informed them that Chelsea have a "serious and strong interest" in pulling off an audacious swoop to sign Aguero this summer. We are a team that aspires to win every competition we compete in. Since then they have been heavily linked with Alvaro Morata, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Andrea Belotti. The City board sees the Argentinean striker as their most important and marketable player and not one who can be properly replaced. "It has never been in doubt".

While a lot of water has passed under the bridge since Aguero made this statement, there is absolutely no doubting the potency that the little Argentinian would bring to Jurgen Klopp's front line. "It has never been in doubt".

Aguero has been a superb signing for City since arriving from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and he still has three years left on his deal so the Citizens are under no pressure to cash-in.