Cape Town - A move to join Rafael Benitez's revolution at Real Madrid will not be enough to tempt Argentine striker Sergio Aguero to quit Manchester City this summer.
The Mirror report that Sergio Aguero has confirmed his intentions to stay in the Premier League with dethroned 2013/14 champions Manchester City.
Aguero, who joined City from Real Madrid's great city rivals Atletico in 2011, has once again declared his desire to help Manchester City win the Champions League.
“I can’t stop rumours. I can’t stop people writing things,” Aguero said, addressing his talk of his imminent exit.
“But what I can do is repeat what I have already said, and that is that I’m very happy at Manchester City."
Aguero wrote himself into the Citizens' record books when he scored arguably his most famous goal - the 95th minute goal against QPR in the 2011/12 season that handed the City the league title.
The 27-year-old striker has more than four years left on his contract at the Etihad after agreeing a new five-year deal worth £200,000-a-week last August.