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Juventus legend Alessio Tacchinardi does not believe the Bianconeri should blow their transfer budget on Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero.

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Aguero looks likely to leave Atletico this summer, with interest in the Argentina international thought to be high.

The club's city rivals Real Madrid have been strongly linked with a swoop, whilst Serie A side Juve have been mooted as potential suitors also.

Juve are eager to sign a big name this summer, but Tacchinardi, who played for the Old Lady on over 250 occasions, is not convinced the 23-year-old is of world-class talent.

Tacchinardi said: "The club are targeting a top player this summer. However, I've played against Aguero and he isn't one."

Juventus recently announced the permanent signings of Alessandro Matri, Fabio Quagliarella, Simone Pepe and Marco Motta.


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