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Pundit thinks £240k-a-week player would be ‘a gigantic signing' for Liverpool

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Stephen Elliott has told OTB Sports that Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool should make a move for Sergio Aguero.

Aguero will leave Manchester City at the end of the season, and Elliott believes that the striker would be a brilliant signing for Liverpool.

The former City player, who now works as a pundit, believes that the 32-year-old striker would make Liverpool a better side in attack.

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Elliott told OTB Sports: “I mentioned him earlier on, Aguero. If I am the Liverpool manager, I am signing him 100 per cent. I watched him today and he still looks hungry in and around the goal. That central striker role, I think he could play in that position for this Liverpool team.

“I know you are talking about signing an ageing player again. You can plan for the future with the signing of some younger players but Liverpool need to do it now.

“I think Aguero could be a massive signing. Whether he would come and sign for a rival of City, I am not sure. It would be a gigantic signing for Liverpool. I think he would lift the place.”

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Sergio Aguero to Liverpool?

Aguero has had injury problems this season and is also 32 years of age, but the Argentine is one of the best strikers in the world and one of the best ever in the business.

While Mohamed Salah has banged in the goals for fun this season – the Egypt international forward has found the back of the net 20 times in the Premier League and six times in the Champions League, according to WhoScored – Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino have struggled in front of goal.

Aguero works hard for the team and is a clinical striker, and he would make Liverpool more potent in attack.

However, it is hard to see the striker – who earns £240,000 per week as salary, scoring to The Daily Star – move to Liverpool this summer, having starred for City for so long.

After all, Aguero will know that his transfer to Liverpool would not sit well with the City fans, especially as the Reds are likely to be the main challengers to the Citizens for the Premier League title next season.

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