At the end of this season, Sergio Aguero’s contract will run out and he will more than likely leave the club. However, a deal in January could be made if Manchester City wanted to make money of the departure of the club legend to help facilitate a move for another striker after Pep Guardiola claimed the club could not afford a striker in the summer.
It is clear that since the signing of one of the world’s greatest, Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus have relied on him to produce for them. In the 2019/20 season in which the Portuguese legend netted 31 Serie A goals 20 more than the second-highest, Paulo Dybala. With Alvaro Morata only joining on loan, the possibility of a new world class striker could severely help their chances of a Champions League title, whilst there is serious competition from the Milan clubs this year on the domestic front.
It does look unlikely, given how Morata is in Turin for the season, but Aguero is priced at odds of 11/2 to join Juventus in the January transfer window.