The striker is leaving Etihad Stadium this late spring on a free exchange, however the chance of changing to Old Trafford has been subdued
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said there is no way of Manchester United marking Sergio Aguero this midyear.
Aguero, a club legend at Etihad Stadium and the top scorer in Man City history, is finishing his long term relationship with the Citizens toward the finish of this season and has been connected with driving clubs around Europe – including other Premier League sides.
On the off chance that he got across Manchester, he would be the main City player for a very long time to move directly to United. As indicated by Solskjaer, in any case, this won’t occur.
WAS SOLSKY’S SAYING?
Speaking before the Premier League fixture on Brighton on Sunday, at the pre-Match Press Conference, the United Leader said, “When I’ve been to Man Utd, a rival club was trying to sign me up and I was away, well, how about loyalty?
“Loyalty is one of the truly high qualities I place. I wouldn’t expect any players who’ve been playing for their local rivals for 10 years.
“For me, this is not. I know we’re the pro, but you don’t go to Man City while you’re playing Man Utd. I didn’t fully agree with this, we had references.
“You all know who i mean, i don’t call names. He said enough.” Enough.
WHERE WILL AGUERO GO?
While Old Trafford is beyond boundaries, a lot of clubs are eager to sign the 32-year-old striker. Despite his latest injury troubles, he appears to be a top-class forward who are free of transfer costs.
It was named Barcelona as a destination where, should he sign a new contract in Camp Nou, he could link with Argentina’s International Teammate Lionel Messi.
Arsenal belongs to the associated Premier League clubs, although this week Boss Mikel Arteta seemed to joke at his press conference.
WHO CROSSED THE DIVIDE IN MANCHESTER?
Few stars in the Premier League crossed Manchester from club to club, but it was also problematic.
For eg, after his two-year Man Utd spell, Carlos Tevez, joined Man City. Also playing both red and blue in Manchester were Peter Schmeichel and Owen Hargreaves.
After a £500,000 contract in January 1996, Tony Coton, now Man Utd scout, was the last man to transfer from Man City to Old Trafford.