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Chelsea and United target Argentine superstar - confirmed

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Chelsea and Manchester United are interested in Athletico Madrid's Sergio Aguero, according to his agent.

The Argentine has long been linked with a move away from the Vicente Calderon and with the La Liga side's chances to qualifying for the Champions League looking slim the starlet could be ion the brink of a move this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur had bid for the striker in the January transfer window, but this summer both Chelsea and United are preparing to make a bid, according to the player's agent Bruno Satin.

“A summer move? Good question. Currently we have no idea.” Bruno Satin told Sport.co.uk.

 

“Players like Sergio (Aguero) are always being tracked by the world’s top clubs. Chelsea and Manchester United are big clubs, and they monitor him, but so do Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, and Barcelona. These are the clubs that regularly monitor the best.

“Sergio is still only 22 and he has had only four years in Europe playing at a club which is not a regular in the Champions League. Obviously the boy would like to play football at the highest level. But there is nothing concrete at the minute; we have to look at things in the summer.”

As well as Aguero, Chelsea and United have also been tracking Javier Pastore, Neymar and Gary Cahill.

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