Juventus have made a formal offer for Sergio Aguero, but his agent warns “Roma are ambitious and could come in for him.”
The €45m-rated striker, nicknamed Kun, has told Atletico Madrid he'd like a transfer and the club confirmed it had received a fax from Juve.
“At the moment we can't rule out any destination for Aguero,” agent Bruno Satin told lasignoraingiallorosso.
“We know that Roma have just changed ownership and their new directors are very ambitious, so they could come in for him with an important cash offer.
“At the moment there has been no contact with director Walter Sabatini.”
The Giallorossi are now owned by American investors, led by Thomas Di Benedetto, and plan big changes over the summer.
“I have spoken often with Sabatini about my players, but can rule out Momo Sissoko and Julien Escudè as Roma targets.”
Sissoko is ready to leave Juventus after a poor season hit by injury problems, while Escudè is a French centre-back who has been at Sevilla since 2006.
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