Sergio Aguero’s comments about Chelsea move revisited

Sergio Aguero has a chance of securing his dream number should be move to Chelsea this summer.

The Argentine is dominating transfer headlines this week after confirming he will walk away from Manchester City after a decade when his contract comes to an end this summer.

That means he is available for free, and MailOnline claim Chelsea are currently leading the race to sign Aguero, who would prefer to stay in England this summer.

And he has already admitted in recent years: “Chelsea are a great club. They have become one of the most feared in Europe over recent years.

“London would be a really amazing city to live in as well – myself and my wife could be really happy there.”

Aguero would make sense for Chelsea, the 32-year-old available on a free transfer, and it might just be perfect timing with Olivier Giroud’s contract coming to an end this summer, at least as things stand.

But competition is rife, with the likes of Barcelona also linked, making a transfer far from straightforward, even if Aguero has a glowing verdict of the Blues.

Though, if Chelsea do indeed win the race, they might be able to offer Aguero his dream number, depending on how the rest of their transfer business goes.

Chelsea legend touted to become England Under-21 boss

Joe Cole is a surprise contender to become England Under-21 boss.

Current coach Aidy Boothroyd is set for the axe following the disastrous European Championship campaign.

England’s colts finished bottom of their group and Boothroyd then further damaged his chances of staying on by describing the role as an “utterly impossible job”.

Former Chelsea and England midfielder Cole, 39, obtained his Uefa A licence a year ago and is passionate about making a move into management.

He is also passionate about our national team.

Since retiring as a player, Cole has worked as a coach in the academy of his old club.

He has also been to England’s HQ at St George’s Park to study training sessions and give talks to youth players.

Cole’s old Chelsea team-mate Frank Lampard and current QPR boss Mark Warburton have also been touted as possible successors to Boothroyd.

Man United boss declares his lack of interest in being drawn into public battle over Erling Haaland

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is refusing to be drawn into a public battle to land Erling Haaland.

Manchester United are reportedly detetermined to acquire the services of the Borussia Dortmund hitman in the summer.

The Red Devils boss coached Haaland at Molde, sparking speculation that he may use his relationship with striker to beat other suitors angling for the player.

He said: “Even though I worked with Erling it’s not right for me as Manchester United manager to talk about Erling, he will make his own mind up.

“I’m focusing on the next two months and whatever happens in the world of football there is only so many places anyone can go to and I just, focus on the ones who are here.”