Chelsea are currently leading the race to sign Manchester city striker Sergio Aguero for a free after Manchester city announced that the won't be giving the Argentina international another contract when his current contract expires. Aguero has stated his intention to still stay in England and in the premier league.
The picture above shows how Thomas Tuchel could lineup his team if Chelsea are able to secure a deal for Sergio Aguero. Thomas Tuchel is a fan of using three men at the back so he uses the 3-4-3 formation. In goal we have Eduardo Mendy.
In defense we have a back three of Rudiger, Thiago Silva and Cersa Azplicueta. In midfield we have four players, N'golo Kante and Matteo Kovacic playing on the central midfield position while Ben Chilwell and Reece James are seen as left wing back and right wing back respectively.
In attack we have Mason Mount playing in the on the right wing while Christian Pulisic is seen on the left wing. In the center forward position is Sergio Aguero.
Can Chelsea get the best out of Sergio Aguero if the are able to sign him. You can tell us what you think by dropping a comment in the comment section.
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