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Manchester City look at bringing in the new Aguero

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Manchester City are eyeing up a summer transfer for Angel Correa, who has been dubbed as the 'new Sergio Aguero', according to reports in the Daily Mirror.

The 18-year-old has been linked with a move to Atletico Madrid, who have already bid for the youngster according to reports from Spain, with the figure believed to be around €13million.

Along with City's scouts, Barcelona, Napoli and Arsenal have all sent out representatives to Argentina to watch him play for San Lorenzo.

Earning the reputation as the new Aguero is some feat but Correa is deemed to be one of the most talented youngsters in South America.

The Argentine attacker hails from the same town as Messi and Angel di Maria and has scored four goals in 19 appearances in the league this season. It is believed that a transfer fee of £10million plus will be enough to persuade the Argentine club to sell their prize asset.

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