Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero eyed by Atletico Madrid

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Manchester City's all-time top scorer Sergio Aguero has been linked with a return to LaLiga, and Pep Guardiola has now responded to those reports.

But he might find regular football harder next season as Guardiola builds his attacking options around younger players like Brazil's Gabriel Jesus, 21.

"I think it is not going to happen".

"I said it many times and I say it again".

"That is why I say it is not going to happen". As a person, what can i say?

"I didn't know it, but it looks ridiculous to me", he said.

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Guardioa, who travels to Southampton for the champions' final game of the season on Sunday, was also relaxed about reports that England forward Raheem Sterling has chose to delay contract negotiations with the club until after the World Cup. "The chairman and myself want him to stay a long time".

The Manchester City boss said it is "ridiculous" that the two youngsters were not automatically given a medal with the rest of the squad when the presentation was held on the pitch after the Huddersfield game.

The 19-year-old played 10 minutes of the 4-1 victory over West Ham, before making a four minute cameo in City's last game to help his side see out a 3-1 win against Brighton.

"Now we are going to change some details". So, one or maybe two.

But league rules state that for a player to receive a medal on the day, they need to have made a minimum of five appearances - with the exception being the reserve goalkeeper. Guardiola claims that he hopes the striker remains at the club but he is not so sure if the Argentine striker will remain with the Premier League Champions. The manager and all the staff told us they wanted it, they said: "'Let's break the records because it will be something special.' And it will be something that maybe in a few years we can still tell our kids and grandkids about".

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