Argentinian is going nowhere.
Manchester City head coach Manuel Pellegrini has ruled out the possibility of the north-west giants allowing star man Sergio Aguero to leave Eastlands at the end of the season, according to reports in the Manchester Evening News.
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Speculation has intensified in recent weeks regarding the prolific Argentina international’s future at City, with some suggesting that the 25-year-old could be heading for the exit door come the end of the campaign.
However, the club’s experienced Chilean manager has now hit back at those stories linking the Argentinian goal machine with other rival clubs such as La Liga giants Real Madrid by stating emphatically that: “I don’t think the idea of Sergio is to leave Manchester City.
“Sergio is very happy here. You never know what can happen in the future, but he is a very important player here.
“Big clubs do not sell their best players and I don’t think Sergio will be going anywhere.”
Aguero has so far managed to register a hugely impressive 26 goals and 12 assists in total so far in his 28 matches in all competitions for City this season, and this despite being injured for large chunks of the campaign.
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