Man Utd urged to consider Sergio Aguero transfer amid Man City uncertainty

Former Manchester United star Paul Ince has urged his former club to consider making a move for Sergio Aguero this summer.

Aguero is out of contract at Manchester City this summer with questions remaining over his future.

Barcelona are believed to be keen while City are expected to make a move for Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland.

Aguero has hardly featured this season, largely down to injury while often being on the bench when deemed fit.

And, with United also linked with a move for Haaland and Harry Kane, Ince believes they should try to tempt Aguero into staying in the Premier League.

Ince, speaking exclusively to Ladbrokes, said: “It's not as if Harry Kane and Erling Haaland are the only two answers for Man United though.

“Sergio Aguero might be leaving Man City, why shouldn't United make a move for him?

“You could see it now; if he wanted to stay in the Premier League and he's living in Manchester, then I don't think it would be a bad thing at all if they went and got Aguero.

“It can happen, who knows? You've got to ask the question if you're United because you never know.

“It happened with us back in 1992 when Howard Wilkinson was asking Sir Alex Ferguson about Denis Irwin.

“Fergie said there'd be no chance of that happening and suggested Leeds sold Cantona to them and within a couple of days that deal was done.

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  • “It was just Fergie throwing a name out there and taking a chance, trying his luck. Maybe that's what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should do with Aguero this summer.”

    Though United boss Solskjaer has suggested it may be a quiet summer amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, saying: "There are going to be less and less transfers happening with all these changes.

    "The lack of income, the finances has affected everyone. We have to be realistic and responsible in the way we do business on and off the pitch.

    "There are improvements on the training ground, the stadium — we have to look at the whole picture. Where can we spend money? And how much is there? It's just the real world now."

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