- Argentine forward Sergio Aguero wants to leave Manchester City at the end of the season
- The striker is not happy of not getting regular playing time since the arrival of Gabriel Jesus
- He is reportedly heading to Spanish giants Real Madrid
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero is reportedly eyeing a big money return to Spain and he could join Spanish giants Real Madrid at the end of the current football League season in Europe.
Since the arrival of Brazilian forward Gabriel Jesus to the Etihad stadium, Aguero's first team appearance has been limited as City boss Pep Guardiola prefer the injured Gabriel Jesus up front.
The 28-year-old Argentine international who has held several talks with manager Pep Guardiola concerning his future at the club is now considering leaving at the end of the season.
Spanish giants Real Madrid are keen on having the Argentine ace spearhead their attack next season, but they would have to cough out the sum of £60 million to lure the striker to Santiago.
Aguero scored a cracker against French side Monaco in City’s 5-3 Champions League win on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, but he is only in the side because Gabriel Jesus is out for two months nursing a fractured metatarsal.
Meanwhile, report also explained that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is interested in bringing another high profile striker to the club next season.