Sergio Aguero to Chelsea?

Aguero lost his place in City's starting lineup to Gabriel Jesus last season.

It was reported during the 2016/17 campaign that Guardiola and Aguero did not have the best relationship, with the Spaniard apparently feeling the Argentine could have worked harder in City's attack.

Chelsea are said to hold a serious and strong interest in pursuing the services of Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero this summer, Sky Sports News reveals.

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Blues boss Antonio Conte is reportedly looking for a replacement for Diego Costa, who has been told he has no future at the London club.

Manager Antonio Conte is still desperately searching for a world class striker and time is running out. We are a team that aspires to win every competition we compete in.

Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata is set to join Milan and Borussia Dortmund will only wait until the end of the week to sell Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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There is no hurry at the moment. "We shouldn't be seeing again six months down the line doing something different", he added. The two front-runners for the post were former India captain Ravi Shastri and former India opening batsman Virender Sehwag.

"My information is they do not want to sell Sergio Aguero". There's never been a doubt about that. "It has never been in doubt", he added. The City board sees the Argentinean striker as their most important and marketable player and not one who can be properly replaced.

Aguero has lifted two Premier League titles with the Citizens during this period, and it is suggested that the Citizens would be reluctant to part ways with their marksman this summer.

Aguero still has three years left on the contract which he extended last season, meaning that his future is still in City's hands rather than his own.

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