- Jose Mourinho does not think Zlatan Ibrahimovic has a future at Manchester United
- The manager is looking to sign out of favour Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero
- The Argentine who joined the Citizens in 2009 would cost United around £55million
Jose Morinho has concluded Zlatan Ibrahimovic would take too long to return from injury and has now turned his attention to Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero.
According to a report by the Sun, the United boss is ready go all out to sign Aguero who looks to have lost the confidence of Pep Guardiola.
Zlatan was recently seen in America walking in clutches as he started the long road to recovery after a serious knee injury.
Aguero, 28, is viewed as surplus to requirements under Pep Guardiola who he has placed as second choice to Gabriel Jesus at the Etihad Stadium.
NAIJ.com however understands that Aguero intends to stay in Manchester, hence a move to United makes sense.
Lionel Messi's best friend in football would cost in the region of £55million but that would not be a hindrance for the Red Devils.
Since making his debut for City in August 2011, Aguero has scored a phenomenal 120 league goals in just 178 appearances for the Citizens.
The last first team player to move across the divide is Carlos Tevez who left United for City in 2009.
Mourinho is looking at Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann but a deal for him would take a long process hence the Portuguese has opted to press ahead with other targets rather than waiting.