Sergio Aguero takes girlfriend Sofia to lunch in Cheshire with Man City star’s agent in Barcelona amid transfer links

Sergio Aguero takes girlfriend Sofia to lunch in Cheshire with Man City star’s agent in Barcelona amid transfer links

April 13, 2021

SERGIO AGUERO will have plenty of food for thought this summer but appeared relaxed over his future after taking his girlfriend for lunch.

The Manchester City legend is leaving the Etihad at the end of the season with his contract expiring.


Competition for his signature is set to be rife following a record of 257 goals in 385 games for City.

And while it's reported Aguero's agent is in Barcelona amid transfer talks, the injured Argentine whisked actress Sofia Calzetti to a spot of grub in leafy Cheshire.

He headed to Cibo Restaurant in Hale Village – a fancy Italian joint.

But they could soon be dining out on as much Tapas as they can handle should he secure his switch to the Nou Camp.

According to journalist Jose Alvarez, the player's agent has touched down in Barcelona to hold talks over a potential move.

A deal now remains 'a real possibility' as he targets a reunion with national compatriot Lionel Messi.

Barcelona are in the market for a new No9 in the summer and are also targetting Erling Haaland.

It is unlikely the club will have the financial capacity to land both Haaland and Aguero.




The 32-year-old is reportedly being chased by the likes of Juventus, Chelsea and Arsenal.

And the Italian giants are believed to have offered him a two-year contract on around £165,000-a-week.

He is open to the idea of staying in the Premier League but Sunsport first reported the interest from Barca back in January.

Aguero's injury problems this season continued after he was left out of the travelling Champions League squad to take on Borussia Dortmund.

Ahead of their second-leg contest in Germany following a 2-1 victory, Pep Guardiola said: "Sergio not yet.

"He has a little, little – not a big issue – muscular problem and he is not ready."

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