Premier League giants Manchester United and Chelsea are reportedly two of five clubs who have made an offer to Sergio Aguero as his Manchester City exit nears.
Aguero will end his stint at the Etihad this summer when his contract comes to an end.
His next destination is unclear at present, with rumours linking him with a return to Spain or a fresh challenge in Italy.
But according to French outlet Foot Mercato he could stay in England with United and Chelsea already making an offer for his services.
The publication also states PSG and Inter Milan are keen to land Aguero on a free, with Mauricio Pochettino particularly keen on signing his fellow countryman.
Aguero, who has notched 257 goals in 384 games with the Citizens, has not made a decision on where he will be playing next term.
But with Edinson Cavani departing Old Trafford, United could finally secure revenge for City poaching Carlos Tevez from them on a free all those years ago.
As for Chelsea, Thomas Tuchel’s side have been linked with another striker in recent weeks, despite Timo Werner arriving last summer.
The idea of Aguero joining United was actually floated by former Red Devils midfielder Paul Ince earlier this month.
“Sergio Aguero might be leaving Man City – why should not United make a move for him?” he told Ladbrokes.
“You could see it now – if he wanted to stay in the Premier League and he is living in Manchester, then I do not think it would be a bad thing at all if they went and got Aguero.
“It can happen, who knows? You have got to ask the question if you are United because you never know.
“It happened with us back in 1992 when Howard Wilkinson was asking Sir Alex Ferguson about Denis Irwin. Fergie said there would be no chance of that happening and suggested Leeds sold Cantona to them, and within a couple of days that deal was done.
“It was just Fergie throwing a name out there and taking a chance, trying his luck. Maybe that is what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should do with Aguero this summer.”Fastest Paying Betting Site in Nigeria: Grab your 140% First Time Deposit Bonus Now — www.Sportybet.Com Copyright © 2021 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.