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Aguero open to Juve move - agent

Sergio Aguero's representative has confirmed there is a 'concrete' chance the Atletico Madrid forward will join Juventus.

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Aguero, 23, has been linked with a number of clubs around Europe including Chelsea, Inter and Barcelona, but Real Madrid and Juventus have appeared the most likely destinations.

Whether Juve would be able to reach an agreement over his fee remains to be seen - Atletico are seeking €45 million - but agent Bruno Satin believes the move is a real possibility.

"Contact with the Bianconeri has been constant," Satin told Tuttosport. "Aguero wants to move to a big club and Juventus fits this profile.

"We are aware of the club's rejuvenation plans but that isn't enough to impede an agreement. The chances of seeing Aguero wear the Juve jersey are concrete."

Former Atletico Madrid winger Paulo Futre believes Aguero is unlikely to join Real Madrid.

"It is very hard to imagine Aguero moving to Real Madrid," Futre told El Mundo Deportivo. "There still exists a huge rivalry with the Atletico fans and they would not like to see the transfer materialise.

"I don't really understand Aguero's comments. I have a feeling that his agents are behind all this. I am sure that the supporters will forgive him if he stays at the club and he apologises. He's a great player and that's the way things go in the footballing world."

Argentina international Aguero is currently preparing for the Copa America, which begins on July 1.

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