Chelsea are always linked with worldclass players whenever the transfer window is open or about to open. The blues are known to be amongst the top spenders when it comes to signing players in the transfer market.
Premier league legend, Sergio Aguero will leave Manchester City at the end of the season when his contract comes to an end at the Ethihad stadium. Sergio Aguero next club is still unknown, as top clubs all over Europe are circling for his signature when he's ready to move on.
Reports coming out lately is that, Chelsea are leading the race to sign the Argentine on a free transfer, as Oliver Giroud time at the club is also coming to an end when the season ends. Aguero will become Giroud's replacement at Chelsea, if the player and the club can reach an agreement to sign a deal.
"Chelsea are 'leading the race' to sign Sergio Aguero on a free transfer this summer, according to reports."
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