Sergio Aguero has taken the Premier League by storm since his arrival from Atletico Madrid, with the stand-out moment being his last-gasp title-winning goal against QPR in 2012 that spawned the most memorable piece of commentary in football history.
Now 28, Aguero is hitting the prime years of his career but interest in his services is understandably high, with Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane indicating he wants to sign the Argentine striker once their transfer ban is lifted.
However, Aguero remains happy in the Premier League and only has one target in mind for when he does leave the Etihad- telling ESPN FC Radio that he wants to join boyhood club Independiente.
“I never had problems with Guardiola, nor him with me. He always helped me and gave me advice. For now I’m fine at Manchester City, and the day I leave it will be to return to Independiente.”
Fortunately for City fans, it’s unlikely Aguero’s wish to return to South America will take place for a couple of years and the Argentine hitman will be hopeful of lifting the Champions League under Pep Guardiola before he brings an end to his illustrious career in Europe.