Aguero says Man City future to be decided at end of season

"He's got plenty of years left and signed a new contract but, as you know, that means nothing". Will he want to stay in this country?

If those remarks themselves create room for doubt, City are unequivocal that what they want to do with Aguero is keep him.

As someone who has been with him for the last six years at Manchester City, played with him in World Cups and Copa Americas, Pablo Zabaleta would have a better idea than most how deep the wound is to Sergio Aguero's pride.

The card itself is absolutely incredible for a 19-year-old - five star skills, four-star weak foot, 85 dribbling and 86 pace, with 80 finishing and a ridiculous 98 for stamina, Jesus' card is likely to be traded for the eye-watering amount for some time. His father and mother gave him this talent.

Guardiola has preferred a 4-3-3 formation this term, meaning Aguero and recruit Jesus are vying for the lead striking role.

However, City have no inclination whatsoever to sell a player who is 23 goals short of their all-time scoring record, and believe that healthy competition between the two South Americans will benefit them both.

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"We played very well all game and of course we deserved to win because we tried to score goals since the first minute". "The gap (in performance) between the first and second half was too big".

Manager Paul Clement also took issue with City's victor, querying a free-kick in the build-up.

"My opinion is that it wasn't a foul, " Clement said. Okay, you can get those or not - but it is the restart I am disappointed about.

"They would certainly have the money and I think he would suit the way that they play".

"It was 10 metres deeper than it should have been, in a more central position, and the ball is rolling".

"If we continue to win I think it'll be a very, very exciting end to the season".

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