Sergio Aguero is reputed to need a week by week pay of around £220,000 (€250,000) from his next club when he leaves Manchester City as a free specialist toward the finish of the period.

Aguero will say goodbye to City this late spring when his agreement terminates, finishing a 10-year profession in Manchester.

Top goalscorer

The Argentine, who is City’s record-breaking top goalscorer by some distance and the most noteworthy scoring unfamiliar part in Premier League history, will turn 33 preceding the beginning of next season yet could in any case end up being an adroit transient getting paperwork done for quite a few top clubs.

As indicated by a case that previously showed up in Gazzetta Dello Sport, Aguero is supposed to request a yearly gross compensation of €12m, what separates to €250,000 each week, or £220,000. That figure would address a compensation cut on the agreement he at present has in Manchester, albeit just barely as it is assessed to be worth somewhere in the range of £230,000 and £260,000 each week.

Aguero has been connected with various clubs since his impending City flight was affirmed a month ago, including Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, Chelsea, and Tottenham.

A transition to Barcelona could mean playing at club level close by global colleague Lionel Messi, while PSG will be on the lookout for advances if Kylian Mbappe leaves. Juventus may likewise consider Aguero in their progressing endeavors to win the Champions League.

It has recently been reputed that, notwithstanding 10 years with City, Aguero is enthusiastic about remaining in England.

The fact that they burned through £120m on Timo Werner and Kai Havertz the previous summer, has likewise been connected, just as, more as of late, Tottenham.

It has explicitly been recommended that Aguero is propelled by expanding his Premier League objective count, which at present stands at 181.

As referenced, it is as of now the most elevated by an unfamiliar player, yet it would just take another 28 objectives to overwhelm Wayne Rooney as second generally.

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