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Manchester City identifies four-man striker shortlist to succeed departing Aguero this summer.

Manchester City identifies four-man striker shortlist to succeed departing Aguero this summer.

Manchester City identifies four-man striker shortlist to succeed departing Aguero this summer.

Manchester City have recognized four particular names to be noted on their transfer plan to succeed Sergio Aguero this summer, according to the latest reports from England.

Aguero was affirmed to be exiting the Etihad Stadium back in March, with top officials at the club along with Pep Guardiola choosing not to renew his current contract beyond the end of this season.

Subsequently, the 32-year-old striker is now free to handle his next move with any possible suitors, and the feeling in several sections is that he could be on his way to La Liga, with a reunion with Lionel Messi at Barcelona being the most likely choice.

The Cityzens now unquestionably have a massive task on their hands: How do they go about replacing their all-time greatest ever goalscorer, and how much are they prepared to pay on the right man for the job?

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According to Paul Hirst of the Times on Wednesday night, Pep Guardiola and Manchester City have four particular names on their shortlist of strikers to succeed Sergio Aguero in the upcoming season transfer window – some being considerably more expensive in terms of valuation than others.

Apparently at the top of the list are Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland, and Tottenham’s Harry Kane – both of whom would require transfer fees in excess of £150 million, if the latest rumors are to be believed.

At the lower end of the spectrum in terms of possible investments involved, Hirst writes that Lautaro Martinez and Andre Silva are also on the Manchester City transfer shortlist – perhaps in case they miss out on their primary targets or look to invest greater in other areas of the field.

City have unquestionably grappled in the striker area this summer, with a mixture of injuries and Covid-19 complications affecting both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus respectively.

The latter had been presumed to succeed Sergio Aguero after he had left the club, but an underwhelming goal record and potentially better ability when played out wide as turned Manchester City’s attention to the market once more.

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Manchester City identifies four-man striker shortlist to succeed departing Aguero this summer.

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