Arsenal will be playing Liverpool to continue their chase for the Premier League tittle, having seen the EPL been pause for a while due to international break.
The North London club are among the group of teams that want to add a striker to their attack, and have reportedly joined the likes of Manchester United, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain among others in the race to complete a deal for 32 years old Manchester City striker, according to the Sun.
The 32 years old has been in a superb form for Manchester City, and has been strongly linked with several European top teams, who are hoping to sign the 32 years striker on the free in the summer.
Barcelona have been strongly linked with the 32 years old prolific striker, with their President Joan Laporta being known to be a good admirer of the 32 years old.
However, Arsenal have reportedly join race to land the signature of the 32 years old striker for free in the summer.
Sergio Aguero has been able to earmarked himself as the leading top scorer of Manchester City across all competitions, but has failed to enjoy a regular first team start during this campaign.
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