Manchester City ‘could offer Sergio Aguero a one-year contract extension’ despite striker being heavily linked with a return to his native Argentina
- Sergio Aguero could be in line for a new one-year contract at Manchester City
- The Argentinian, the club’s record goalscorer, is out for the rest of the season
- However, clubs in his native Argentina are interested in signing the 32-year-old
However, the club are still seeking a replacement for the club’s record goalscorer and have doubts over Gabriel Jesus’ suitability to step up to the role, meaning they may propose a one-year extension for Aguero.
Manchester City are thinking of offering a new deal to star striker Sergio Aguero
Since joining the club in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, Aguero has found the net 254 times in 370 games to hold the all-time scoring record.
This campaign, Aguero has scored 23 goals in 32 games as his form continues to hold strong despite his advancing years and the competition from Jesus.
However, Aguero will miss the rest of the season through a knee injury, on which he has already had surgery.
The Argentinian, 32, will likely miss the rest of the season due to injury sustained to his knee