Chelsea are on the lookout for a new striker after Antonio Conte told Diego Costa he was surplus to requirements. He has brought in Gabriel Jesus, has maintained faith in the Brazilian young forward and seems keen on playing with one striker upfront, which means Aguero will be relegated to the bench. Meanwhile, their rivals have also chose to jump in and enjoy the rumours too as they're enjoying seeing Chelsea be linked with countless targets and not sign any of them as of yet...
As a result, rumours circulated towards the end of the campaign that Aguero may want out of City, but manager Pep Guardiola confirmed he would remain at the club, per Matt Dickinson in the Times.
Arsenal are adamant that they will not sell their attacker to a Premier League rival, but a fee of around £80m could test the club's resolve with Sanchez only having a year left on his contract.
Scrap metal crashes onto van, but driver not badly hurt
A man in Florida miraculously survived a freaky accident during which his van was completely crushed by scrap metal. The scrap metal smashed in the roof of 36-year-old Jesus Armando Escobar's vehicle on the driver's side.
10 killed in Nigeria mosque attack
He added that an Explosive Ordinance Detective (EOD) team was deployed in the area and normalcy had been restored. Three other female suicide bombers were located in Maiduguri at about the same time, said Satomi.
Let's sheath our swords, South Korea to North Korea
Huang said coal imports dropped by three-quarters in the first half, and all those shipments had been made before February 18. Security Council resolutions. "Trade between China and North Korea grew nearly 40 per cent in the first quarter".