sport news Everton 'join the race to sign Sergio Aguero' when he leaves Man City

Everton 'join the race to sign Sergio Aguero' when he leaves Man City this summer with Toffees promising the striker a huge signing-on fee to pick them over Barcelona, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Tottenham and Leeds Sergio Aguero will leave Manchester City this summer when his contract ends Argentine striker, 32, won't be short of suitors when available on a free transfer Reports suggest that Everton are the latest club to join the queue for him Toffees are apparently offering Aguero a substantial signing-on fee to pick them Barcelona, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Tottenham and Leeds have also been linked Aguero's goal against Crystal Palace moved City to the brink of the league title  

By Adam Shergold for MailOnline

Published: 10:05 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 10:06 BST, 2 May 2021

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Everton 'are the latest club queuing up to sign Sergio Aguero' when he leaves Manchester City this summer.

The Argentine striker, 32, will be available on a free transfer when he ends his decade-long association with City.

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Chelsea, Tottenham Leeds United, Barcelona and Inter Milan have all been mooted as potential options for Aguero when he departs the Etihad Stadium.

Sergio Aguero is attracting interest from a number of top clubs as he prepared to leave City

Sergio Aguero is attracting interest from a number of top clubs as he prepared to leave City

The Argentine striker, 32, becomes a free agent when his contract expires in the summer

The Argentine striker, 32, becomes a free agent when his contract expires in the summer

And the Daily Star now claim that Everton are the latest to express an interest in him.

Though the Toffees wouldn't be able to match Aguero's City salary of £240,000-a-week, they would reportedly make up any shortfall in wage with a substantial signing-on fee.

Aguero scored City's opening goal in their 2-0 win at Crystal Palace on Saturday to

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