Argentine striker Sergio Aguero has signed with English Premier League big-spenders Manchester City.Aguero, 23, touched down in Manchester on Wednesday to thrash out the terms on a five-year contract with Roberto Mancini’s side, with City reported to have agreed a 38 million pound fee with the forward’s current club, Atletico Madrid.
“Aguero signs!” City posted via their official Twitter account on Wednesday.
The club also posted pictures of the forward being greeted by the club’s fans outside the club’s newly named Etihad Stadium.
La Liga outfit Malaga have also splashed the cash, signing Spanish international Santi Cazorla from Villarreal for a reported fee of 20 million pounds.
Malaga announced the transfer on Tuesday after the midfielder completed a medical and he has signed a five-year contract.
Cazorla is the 10th new signing at Malaga, joining the likes of new signings Ruud van Nistelrooy, Joaquin and Jeremy Toulalan.
Returning to the English Premier League, Bolton have signed 27-year-old midfielder Nigel Reo-Coker on a free transfer.
Reo-Coker captained Aston Villa last season and he is expected to make his Wanderers debut in a friendly against Bury on Wednesday.
Newly promoted Swansea City have moved to bolster their strikeforce, with Brendan Rodgers’ side said to have agreed a 1.75 million pound fee with Middlesbrough for forward Leroy Lita.
Meanwhile a move for Ben Foster appears only a matter of time from being sorted, with the Birmingham shot-stopper set to link up with Roy Hodgson at West Bromwich Albion.