Manchester city's record goalscorer Sergio Kun Aguero's future at Etihad is a major doubt as his contract is due to expire in the summer.
According to various reports, the runaway Premeir league champions main priority next transfer window is to acquire the services of a striker to replace the ageing Aguero. Erling halaand has been heavily linked with a move to city, but Gurdiola and co couldn't accept his £100m release clause, so they opted to go for Southampton forward Danny ings.
The 28 year old has been outstanding for Southampton in the Premeir league in recent seasons, he notched in 22 goals in the Premeir league last season, which ranked him second in the golden glove charts behind only Leicester scoring machine Jamie Vardy.
His heroics for Soton earned him a call up to represent the three lions, he is part of Gareth southgates plans but has eventually missed out this march world cup qualifiers due to injury.
In conclusion, Danny ings who's contract will expire next season, will be the perfect predecessor to the departing Aguero who's final destination is Barcelona according to numerous reports and speculations.
Is ings the perfect replacement for Aguero? Feel free to like, share and comment your opinions below.
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