When Pep Guardiola arrived at Manchester City, everyone was very excited at the prospect of the Spaniard teaming up with Sergio Agüero, an exciting striker of the highest standard.

While the Argentinean has scored 27 goals in 37 games for the Citizens this season, many will agree that this campaign hasn’t been the forward’s best, especially when he spent a run of games on the bench only to see new signing Gabriel Jesus take his spot up top.

This spell on the sidelines helped a few rumours emerge about a potential exit from the Etihad in the summer, especially with only two years left on his current deal.

One of the clubs linked, and one of the only few capable of affording him, are Paris Saint-Germain, with Le10 Sport this month looking at the possibility of Aguero joining the French capital in the summer.

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With all that has gone on this season, the magazine reckon there is a 30% chance of the transfer happening, with the big question mark not being the price or the desire of the player, but the club’s tactics.

Currently operating with only one up front, and with the Ligue 1 side extremely unlikely to let Edinson Cavani go in the summer, would bringing in Agüero alter the club’s philosophy, shifting to an strike partnership?

Of course, there is always the possibility of the Argentinean playing as a supporting striker, something he did at Manchester City when the likes of Edin Dzeko and Alvaro Negredo were around.

After all, a frontline of Julian Draxler, Cavani, Angel Di Maria and Sergio Agüero does sound nice, doesn’t it?

Our guess? Not going to happen.