The Manchester City striker could leave the club as a free agent this summer. If he wishes to remain in the Premier League, United might be willing to give him a contract extension. According to Ince, history shows that Manchester United is not averse to signing players from their rivals.
“It’s not as if Harry Kane and Erling Haaland are the only two choices for Man United. If Sergio Aguero is leaving Manchester City, then shouldn’t United make a run for him?” You could see that now: if he were to play in the Premier League and was staying in Manchester, I don’t think it would be a bad thing if they went out and signed Aguero. Who knows, it could happen.” If you’re a United supporter, you should raise the question because you never know. It occurred in 1992 when Howard Wilkinson asked Sir Alex Ferguson about Denis Irwin. Fergie said there was no risk of that happening and recommended Leeds sell Cantona to them, which they did within a couple of days. It was just Fergie tossing a name out there and hoping for the best”
– Ex-Man United midfielder Paul Ince said of the Red Devils’ striker pursuit, according to Ladbrokes.
Sergio Aguero is not a name that has been associated with Manchester United in recent years. In his prime, he was undoubtedly the greatest No.9 in the game, scoring 20 or more goals in five straight Premier League seasons.
He’s soon to be 33 years old, but he’s been ravaged with injuries: he’s only made 14 starts in all competitions this season, scoring three times. It’s no surprise that Man City isn’t looking to extend his contract after this season.