Update on Sergio Aguero's Manchester City Future Amid Exit Rumours

​Manchester City are said to be 'confident' that Sergio Aguero will not push for a summer move, despite the club's Champions League ban. 

The Argentine has gone on to secure a legendary status at the club, having scored a stunning 254 goals in just 368 appearances in all competitions for City so far. This total makes him the club's all-time record goalscorer.

Now 31 years old, Aguero has shown no signs of slowing down, scoring 23 times in just 30 appearances so far this campaign. 

Sergio Aguero

The striker once famously claimed that he would be prepared to stay at ​Man City until the won the ​Champions League. But following the club's two-season ban from the competition for breaking Financial Fair Play rules, the Sky Blues were ​said to be ready to allow their star man to leave in the summer if they were unable to overturn the decision. 

Although he is not 'desperate' to leave the Etihad, City were said to be willing to let him walk away from the club on good terms after nine years of service. Despite this, ​the Evening Standard claim that the club 'remain confident' Aguero, who will be out of contract at the end of next season, will not push for a summer move. 

The report points towards his unwavering commitment to Man City since joining back in 2011. During his time in Manchester, ​Aguero has refused to push for a move elsewhere, and this is something that has been 'notable' for the City hierarchy

Sergio Aguero

And although his future appeared unclear when Pep Guardiola opted to drop him for Gabriel Jesus three years ago, Aguero went on to reclaim his place in the starting lineup - producing some of his finest form along the way. 

The Standard further note that the attacker responded with 'zero fuss' when he was dropped for his side's recent Champions League tussle with Real Madrid. As a result of this commitment and 'contentment', the club's hierarchy are convinced he won't be seeking an exit this summer despite the ban.  

Source : 90min