Sergio Aguero is willing to 'consider' remaining in the Premier League beyond the current season 'for the right offer', in order to prove he can add to his incredible goal tally achieved at Manchester City, according to the latest reports.
Manchester City confirmed in a statement last week that the Argentine forward would not be receiving a new contract at the Etihad Stadium, with his current deal expiring in the upcoming summer.
Subsequently, Aguero is now free to discuss moves to any potential suitor across Europe, with a number of major clubs including the likes of Barcelona, Inter Milan, and Paris Saint-Germain all interested in the 32 year-old.
However, there is also interest from clubs within the Premier League, and the latest reports on Tuesday suggest that Sergio Aguero would be willing to forego Champions League football next season to stay in the English top-flight and prove himself away from the North-West.
According to the information of Mike McGrath of the Telegraph, both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are two clubs that Sergio Aguero would 'consider', while both are far from securing top-level European football for next season.
McGrath continues by stating that there are a 'clutch of clubs' that Aguero would consider in the Premier League, and he would remain in the country for the right offer, while being open to proving he can add to his 257 goals at Manchester City.
Two other Premier League clubs have firmly denied any interest through the words of their respective managers, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer of Manchester United and Mikel Arteta of Arsenal both ruling out a possible move for the legendary forward.
Other corners have reported that Barcelona would be an attractive option given the prospect of linking up with fellow Argentine and close friend Lionel Messi, while other reports have suggested that Inter offer Aguero's close circle the opportunity for a very attractive lifestyle.
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