The Argentine flamboyant striker Sergio Aguero could be a surprise departure for Manchester City in one of the forthcoming transfer windows in 2017.
Manchester City striker is growing increasingly frustrated with his current position under Pep Guardiola, whose tactical ideas have resulted in leaving Aguero on the bench for the high-profile game against Barcelona in the Champions League last week.
Media, fans and pundits alike were shocked to learn that Sergio Aguero would not be starting against Pep Guardiola’s former side at Camp Nou and although the Spanish tactician insists there is no problems between the Argentine striker and himself the rumour mill has started running with speculations of Sergio Aguero’s exit already gaining pace.
The 28-year-old forward has scored 13 goals for Manchester City this season in all competitions and over 150 Premier League goals since 2011 and his arrival from Atletico Madrid.
Despite his proven goal records, Sergio Aguero has come under some criticism from his boss, which can potentially push the Argentine away from the Emirates stadium.
Potential suitors are already lining up behind the mercurial striker and according to reports from the Italian media Corriere dello Sport, AC Milan are among the clubs keen to add Aguero on their books.
Paris Saint-Germain are also thought to be monitoring the situation around the Manchester City striker apparently keen to pounce for a potential January deal.
The Italian giants Milan have this season emerged as one of the most surprising outfits in the Serie A.
Lead by young guns such as the 17-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma and the 18-year-old Manuel Locatelli, Rossoneri are keeping pace with As Roma and Juventus at the very top of the Serie table.
Milan believe that Sergio Aguero would be a huge boost for the talented young team which could learn a great deal from a striker of such great calibre.
Rossoneri are continuing hteir Serie A exploits at Genoa on Tuesday night and are looking at the betting odds of 2.70 (17/10) @BetVictor to grab three points at Luigi Ferraris.