Star striker is set to be offered a new deal to stay at Eastlands.
Manchester City will hand key front man Sergio Aguero a new and improved contract to remain with the Premier League champions beyond the end of his existing deal, says the Daily Star.
The Argentina international has been a huge success in the North-West since agreeing to join the club from La Liga outfit Atletico de Madrid for £38 million two years ago.
Last season, the 24-year-old attacker netted 30 goals in 48 matches in all competitions for Roberto Mancini’s team, including 23 times in just 34 Premier League matches as he helped his new club to their first top-flight title since 1968.
Of course it was the Argentina international’s goal in the last minute of the final match of last season that gave City a 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers at the Ethiad stadium that won them the championship.
And now the club’s hierarchy want to ensure that the likes of Real Madrid do not entice Aguero away from Eastlands this summer by extending his current deal, that runs out in 2016, by two more years.