Sergio Aguero has had injury problems in recent years, and in the last many seasons has run into injuries that have kept him out for parts of seasons. In addition, the Argentine's contract with Manchester City expires this summer, and therefore the Manchester club should be looking for a replacement for the striker.
Now the Daily Telegraph reports that City have singled out Romelu Lukaku, who has previously played for their rivals from Manchester United, as a possible replacement. The 27-year-old Belgian is currently playing for Inter in Serie A, where he has shown with goals on the frontline that the Belgian is one of Europe's most dangerous strikers in the world right now.
However, it will not be cheap for "The Citizens", and it is expected that they will at least pay what Inter paid for Lukaku at Manchester United last summer.
For Inter, he has scored 41 goals in 59 games, and really found himself in Antonio Conte's system.