Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino is targeting Manchester City talisman Sergio Aguero in a sensational move this summer, according to agent Bruno Satin.
The legendary 32-year-old’s deal at the Etihad is set to run down in just six months and an agreement has not yet been reached over an extension.
And now Satin, who has represented the likes of Olivier Dacourt and Michael Landreau, has revealed Pochettino is prioritising moving for Aguero and making him his first big signing at the Parc des Princes.
With his future still uncertain, Aguero is now able to discuss penning a pre-contract agreement with foreign clubs ahead of joining them at the end of the season.
Satin made an appearance on the Late Football Club show on Canal+ on Thursday and underlined Pochettino’s intentions.
The former Tottenham coach took up his first job after being sacked from the Premier League outfit last week, replacing Thomas Tuchel after PSG’s mixed start to the campaign.
His sights have reportedly immediately been set back on England, however, with the hope of luring Aguero – City’s all-time record goalscorer – to Paris.
Aguero’s hefty wage packet is not likely to pose a problem in a boost for Pochettino’s sky-high ambitions.
His £240,000 earnings per week would be able to be at least matched by PSG, who boast star forwards Neymar and Kylian Mbappe on eye-watering incomes.
The veteran frontman has made just five appearances this term after struggling with a series of injuries.