Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero says he has no plans to exit the club and is enjoying playing football in England. The Argentine international has been an excellent signing for City; although an expensive investment Aguero has certainly proved his worth. (Man City 5/4 to beat Man United tomorrow).
He said: "I thought when I came to City I would take time to settle and adapt. But I scored from the beginning. I never thought I would score so many in my first season here."
Aguero recently played down speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid, a change his father-in-law, Diego Maradona would welcome. He continued: "Diego Maradona has said that Real Madrid is the ideal club for me, but I am not going to tell him not to say that! He says what he wants to. I have never said I wanted to play for Real Madrid, and today I don't want to play for them. I am very happy playing football in England at Manchester City." (Aguero 7/1 to be first goal scorer tomorrow against Man United).
Aguero joined City from Atletico Madrid last summer, and has been paired with fellow Argentine Carlos Tevez in recent weeks. Aguero claims his fellow forward is fully committed to Manchester City. (Man City 11/5 to draw with Man United tomorrow).
He added: "Carlos is doing really well at the moment. He is definitely focused again now, and he wants to help us win the title. I am happy because I know he had several problems with the club and the manager, and I wanted him to solve these problems as he is a very important player for us."
City take on United in the title deciding derby tomorrow night.