Serie A title holders look to conduct second Etihad Stadium raid.
Juventus are reportedly lining up a bid for Man City striker Sergio Aguero according to Sports Direct News.
The Serie A side have already conducted one Etihad Stadium raid this summer, landing striker Carlos Tevez in a cut-price £12m move, and now Antonio Conte is looking to bring in Aguero to further boost his Juventus attack.
Such a move is a tad surprising given that Juventus have also signed Spanish international Fernando Llorente and it seems highly unlikely that the Turin based side can play all three forwards at the same time, not to mention the presence of other quality marksman in the form of Montenegro international Mirko Vucinic and Italian Alessandro Matri.
Aguero has seen new manager Manuel Pellegrini side strike pair Stevan Jovetic and Alvaro Negredo but is still arguably Man City’s star striker, after all the Premier League side did spend a club record £38m to bring in the Argentine from Atletico Madrid two years ago.
Sergio Aguero only recently signed a new long term contract so is not likely to be a player Man City are looking to offload.
The 25 year old had a slightly sticky second season in the English top tier last term but has still managed to rack up a very healthy 47 goals in 88 appearances across all competitions since moving to Man City in July 2011.