Former Leeds United star Jon Newsome has told The Transfer Tavern that there is no chance of Sergio Aguero moving to the club this summer.
The Manchester City legend is leaving the Etihad at the end of the season after a legitimately legendary career at the club.
Signed from Atletico Madrid in 2011, he has gone on to make 385 appearances for the club, scoring 257 goals.
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He scored that fabled 96th minute winner as they beat QPR to win their first Premier League title, and he has gone on to win three more league titles, along with the FA Cup, and five League Cups. That could become six with a win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup final this month.
One report from 90min claimed that Leeds were in the running to sign the legendary striker this summer but Newsome doubts it, with his wages alone enough to cripple most clubs financially, while he also doesn’t think he would be a stylistic fit for Bielsa’s side.
He told TT: “I can’t see it, in all honesty, I can’t see that being a possibility.
“I don’t think Sergio Aguero would fit into the Leeds United, Marcelo Bielsa way of playing.
“We’ve got Patrick Bamford who leads the line, and then he has either a 10 plus a striker playing in the hole, or an attacking midfielder playing in the hole there.
“And just things like the wage structure of the club. Suddenly, you bring in Sergio Aguero on a free, you’ve given him half the city to sign.”
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