Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer has revealed that there is no chance of signing Sergio Aguero thereby putting end to all speculations.
The Norwegian boss also claimed that he does not expect Aguero to follow some of his ex-colleagues by swapping Manchester City for Manchester United.
The 32-year-old Argentine striker joined Man City from Atletico Madrid in 2011 for £35 million and helped the Citizens win their first Premier League title in the most dramatic fashion. He also went on to win further accolades and was a part of the squad dubbed “Centurions” as Man City became the first side to achieve 100 points.
It was also confirmed that the Argentine striker would be honored with a statue alongside club legends David Silva and Vincent Kompany as a reward for Man City’s success in recent years. Aguero, a certified club legend, went on to become the club’s all-time top-scorer as well as highest foreign goal-scorer in the Premier League surpassing former Arsenal legend Theirry Henry.
According to Goal, Aguero could be on his way to Barcelona, where he could link up with his Argentine teammate Lionel Messi, should he sign a new deal.
The former Atletico Madrid striker announced that he would be leaving the Citizens at the end of the season, thereby ending a ten-year-long association with the club, and has been linked with other European giants as well as other Premier League clubs despite his recent injury issues.