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The list of teams "reportedly interested" in Manchester City's Sergio Agüero keeps on growing

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This is never going to end, is it?

If you're pretty tired of the Sergio Agüero Saga, you're definitely not the only one. The overreaction to the two matches in which he's been benched for young Gabriel Jesus has reached the point where everything and anything is a story, and every rich team on Earth wants to sign the Manchester City striker.

Since Sunday (three days ago), Agüero has been linked with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Inter Milan. Oh, wait, there's another one.

Here's the story: AC Milan have plans to appoint form City coach Roberto Mancini as the club's new manager next season. The Italian has been linked with a return to the Premier League as well, especially to West Ham United, but it doesn't seem like the Hammers will sack Slaven Bilic.

Mancini will probably be back in management next season, probably in Italy, and probably with AC Milan. The Rossoneri are looking to be taken over by a group of Chinese investors next season, and they plan some big money signings to try and bring Milan into the European scene again.

The relationship between Agüero and Mancini is a pretty good one, and it wouldn't be a surprise if the two reunited again in Italy. There is one problem: there is no chance El Kun will be sold in the summer. The benching is a temporary situation, Pep Guardiola still sees Agüero as his main striker, and there are no plans to let Agüero go before the end of his contract, in 2020.

Next team, please?