According to the report Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are some of the European clubs who want to sign the Argentine and Manchester City ace Sergio Aguero.


But the German international and Sergio Aguero’s teammate Ä°lkay GündoÄŸan is convinced Sergio Aguero will stay at the club as he feels the Argentine striker is a "goal machine".

And As according to the Mirror report the Spanish giant Real Madrid are fighting to lift up their transfer ban with the intention of making a transfer move for Manchester City ace man Sergio Aguero.

The 28-years-old Argentine man who has already scored 33 goals in his 79 appearances for his national side and has already scored more than 200 club goals in his club career and now leading the English Premier League side Manchester City, where he have already scored 109 goals in his 158 appearances was thrown into some doubt last month when he was surprisingly benched by manager Guardiola for a Champions League away game against FC Barcelona.

But the question is will City let such an important player go? Well the time will tell everything.



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And according to Sergio’s team mate and Manchester City’s midfielder Sergio is going nowhere because the City needs such a “goal machine”.

As Ä°lkay GündoÄŸan said in an interview with Mirror,

"I think he will stay here – I have no doubt about that," 

"Sergio is extremely important for us and while he didn't score against Barcelona in our Champions League win he worked a lot and ran a lot and just tried to keep every ball for us.”

"He is very good. I'm lucky that I played with Robert Lewandowski at Borussia Dortmund and now Sergio.

"Lewandowski, of course, is taller, but both are very strong and are able to keep the ball. And Sergio, he's just a goal machine. 

"I mean if he has the chances to score, then 90 to 95 per cent of the time he will score.

"If you know you have such a player in your team then you know that you are always able to score and will always create your chances.” He concluded.