Pundit Ian Wright has backed Chelsea to move over leaving Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero.
The 32-year-old will join a new membership on the end of the season after 10 profitable years in Manchester.
He has received 4 Premier League titles, six League Cups, one FA Cup and may once more add the Champions League winners medal to his assortment.
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Chelsea is certainly one of a number of teams to be linked with a move to Argentina. They’ve been joined by Real Madrid, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Everton within the switch race.
Talking about Aguero on her podcast, Wright said: “I feel that decision got here from Pep Guardiola, he does not need it there anymore.
“I heard [Guardiola’s] interview[arôly[afterthe[arôly[aftertheCrystal Palace wins], ‘What’s a goal, what’s a player, what’s a man, I am thrilled to be back’, none of that makes sense to me. The truth that we now know he is leaving, does not make sense.
“He was so sharp against Crystal Palace. How a player of that caliber, pretty much as good as him, does not start against PSG [in the Champions League semi-final first leg] once you noticed the probabilities they created the place they did not have a No. 9, you noticed the way in which he took his chance against Palace, you assume, you want a half-chance taker.
“We’re speaking about going to the following step for Pep to get to the place he ought to be [winning the Champions League], the place he has gone with Barcelona however must do so with one other team.
“You get into that state of affairs with out one of many largest strikers. It makes no sense that he’s leaving.
“Can I throw one thing out there? He ought to go to Chelsea.
“While you look Edinson Cavani [at Manchester United] and the velocity of the fellows behind it, you have a look at Luis Suarez at Atletico, the velocity and all the pieces they’ve round him.
“Are you able to think about Aguero on the top for Chelsea with Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, all these guys, [Callum] Hudson-Odoi, [Christian] Pulisic round it, that is 25 goals.
“Me, if I am Chelsea and I can get it for free, I am getting into.
“I’ve fucked all of it up in my head that he is bored with Pep and that is the type of factor the place he’ll say, ‘sure, I’ll go to Chelsea’.”
It stays to be seen whether or not Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel would need Aguero at Stamford Bridge.
However with Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham is set to go on sale this summer season, Aguero could possibly be introduced in as a less expensive differentErling Haaland.