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Atletico chief: Aguero won't join Real

Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero is unlikely to join Real Madrid in the summer, according to Atletico Madrid general manager Miguel Angel Gil Marin.

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Aguero, 23, has impressed for City since joining the Premier League leaders from Atletico for £38 million last summer, scoring 16 Premier League goals in 25 appearances.

Recent speculation, though, has suggested the Argentina international could seal a return to Spain in the summer, with Real mooted as potential suitors for his signature.

That conjecture was fuelled when Argentina legend Diego Maradona urged Aguero to ignore his Madrid connections and join Real, but Gil Marin has moved to quell the rumours.

He told AS: "I do not see it as a possibility. I know the owners of Manchester City and a transfer is pretty much impossible as long as the player is performing well. In the hypothetical case of a transfer, Atletico will receive €2 million."

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