French giants Paris St-Germain are said to be lining up a £60 million bid for Manchester City star Sergio Aguero and increase his wages.

PSG bosses are keen to exploit the “difficulties” in Aguero’s relationship with City boss Pep Guardiola and tempt him to the French capital with promises of building the team around him and increasing his £220,000 per week wages, according to The Times.

However, Guardiola has previously said he wants to keep Aguero, but the striker did find himself out of the starting XI on occasions last season, especially after the arrival of Gabriel Jesus. Additionally, it is expected that Kelechi Iheanacho will leave the Etihad this summer, which, if Aguero left too, would leave City short of striking options.

Aguero has previously said he would see out his current contract at City, which runs until 2020, but PSG will be confident of tempting him away from Manchester.

PSG are in the market for a marquee signing, having lost their Ligue Un crown to Monaco last season, and it is thought a proven striker such as Aguero would fit the bill.

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