Chelsea Enters Race To Sign 32-Yr-Old City Star For Free
By Selimtruth | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 4 views
London based Premier League side, Chelsea football club are reportedly showing interest in the 32 year old Argentine forward as he seek to part ways with Manchester City by the end of this season.
The Argentine will be out of contract at the end of the season and will not be offered a new one.
Aguero joined Manchester City in the year 2011 from Athletico Madrid in Spain and has since established himself as one of the best goalscoring player in the history of the Premier League.
He has accumulated 257 goals in 384 appearances in the Premier League and has made history to be the only non English player to set that amazing record.
Aguero could be remembered for the lots of crucial support he provided to the team by bringing Manchester City to the top flight championship and winning the first ever Premier League title for the club.
He has helped his team to further win four premier league titles, one FA cup and 4 league cups.
Manchester City has revealed that a statue of Aguero has been commissioned to stand alongside those currently underway to honour his former teammates, David Silva and Vincent Kompany.
Most Premier League clubs in the likes of Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are monitoring the City forward for a possible move in the summer.
Reports reaching us indicates that Chelsea are ready to sign the world class striker for free.
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