Sergio Aguero targeted by PSG as Manchester City future remains in doubt

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has said that his future is in the hands of the club, with speculation rife linking him with Real Madrid and Chelsea of late. "Afterwards we'll see what the club wants to do with me", said Aguero, as quoted by the Daily Mail.

Selected ahead of Aguero for the second straight game, the 19-year-old Brazil global scored twice — including a victor two minutes into stoppage time — in a 2-1 victory over Swansea in the Premier League on Sunday.

The long-serving City striker was once again resigned to the bench, as Pep Guardiola opted for his 19-year-old summer signing ahead of him.

Guardiola said "he will be so, so important".

The impact of Gabriel Jesus, who has scored three goals in his first two full games following a £27million move from Palmeiras, has only served to weaken Aguero's position. On the left was Sergio Aguero admitting he could leave City at season's end. And if for some reason Guardiola wants a change of pace, he can play Iheanacho, who has scored 20 goals in 30 shots on goal in his Manchester City career.

"Sometimes this happens. When you're on the bench you have to wait for your opportunity".

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The relationship between Pep Guardiola and Aguero has always seemed odd.

"In three years my contract is up".

Swansea could be forgiven for conceding late-on against a team such as Manchester City but they can ill afford to be left feeling sorry for themselves at full-time against Leicester this weekend.

David Mooney is ESPN FC's Manchester City blogger. Meant to be a backup for Aguero, along with fellow backup Kelechi Iheanacho, Jesus has quickly gotten used to English soccer.

'I think it's good to have two players with that quality and healthy competition in the team. "Now he deserved to be in the team but we'll see what happens in the next game". He is a fighter and is only 19 and that's why we're delighted with what he's done so far.

Gabriel grabbed a 92nd minute victor and Aguero says he has been impressed by the Brazilian teenager and he can help him improve his own game.

  • Lawrence Cooper