Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea in battle for next Sergio Aguero’s signature

Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea in battle for next Sergio Aguero’s signature. The Brazilian is keen on a move to England amid rumours that Chelsea have met with the player’s father in an attempt to sign him.

Barcelona, Arsenal and Chelsea are all doing everything possible to sign Brazilian next Sergio Aguero. The 18-year-old impressive performance in the South America League has been compared to the likes of Argentina legend Sergio Aguero with many comparing him with Carlos Tevez.

The Gunners Sporting director Edu Gaspar is aware of the Brazilian determination to move to Europe this summer, and will try to get his signature.

However, Chelsea are also pushing the Brazilian talent Vitor Roque and will like to bring him to Stamford Bridge due to the poor performance of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Kai Havertz. The Blues strikers lacks attacking strength and signing him will be a smart move for Chelsea.

Vitor Roque (18) is one of Barça ‘s objectives to give a quality leap to next season’s squad but signing him will NOT be an easy task! The Catalans are in trouble with Financial Fair Play, the Financial Fair Play problem disallowed them the ability to sign or register any player unless that is resolved.

Barca have already decided that they will make all necessary efforts to sign Vitor Roque. The club want to close his signing in summer, even if it means that they will have to postpone his arrival by one year.

The Catalan giants proposed an initial loan with an obligation to buy in 2024, but that Paranaense would prefer to sell Roque for a fee in the region of €40million (£35.1milion).

Vitor Roque will prefer Barcelona to others, here is what he said: “I know that Barcelona is interested and so are other clubs. It’s a dream. But not just for Barça, but for European clubs. Every child has this dream”, tells Globo

“Barça is a club that always gives the youth players a chance. They are different”.



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