If Fishayes’ report is to be true, Sergio Aguero’s stay in Barcelona may be shortened because Inter Milan is lining up for the troubled Argentine. Last summer, Aguero joined Barcelona from League champions Manchester City on a free transfer after his stay in the Premier League came to an end .
As the player previously revealed, the main motivation behind this move is the opportunity to play with close friends and international teammate Lionel Messi. However, a month after Aguero signed, Messi finally left Barcelona because the club could not give him a new contract.
The report pointed out that Aguero felt "cheated" by the way things developed. In addition, the 33-year-old player has been battling injuries since joining and has not played a game for the Catalans.
Although he showed excellent application and professionalism, trying to recover as soon as possible, but for the former Atletico Madrid foward, this is simply tough, he also faced the same injury problems in Manchester City.
Therefore, Aguero's situation in Barcelona looks bleak. According to the report, in all this, the veteran striker who ended his career as the best scorer in Manchester City team history may be offered a way out by Serie A champions Inter Milan.
It is said that the Italian heavyweights are looking for another center-forward in the market because they are preparing to sell Alexis Sanchez, and the rumors surrounding Lautaro Martinez refused to disappear. In view of Barcelona's financial difficulties, Inter Milan is in its own financial difficulties, I believe they can induce the Catalans to part ways with Aguero, and are ready to test the waters in a way.
At present, Aguero continues his rehabilitation plan and is expected to be in time for the derby against Real Madrid later this month. As for his long-term future in Barcelona, only time will tell the future of the old striker.
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