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Aguero is good enough for Real Madrid but is very happy at Manchester City, says Denis Suarez

Aguero is good enough for Real Madrid but is very happy at Manchester City, says Denis Suarez

Sergio Aguero, estrella en el Manchester City y en la Selección Argentina.

The 19-year-old says the Argentina international is a "great player" and is hoping he can help fire the Premier League champions to a Premier League and FA Cup double this season

By Alberto Pinero

Manchester City teenager Denis Suarez says striker Sergio Aguero is good enough to play for Spanish giants Real Madrid but insists the Argentina international is "very happy" at the Premier League champions.
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Aguero moved to Manchester from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and went on to help Roberto Mancini's men win the title in his first full season in English football, scoring 30 goals.

The 24-year-old has 11 goals to his name this season, just one behind City top scorer Edin Dzeko, and Suarez has been full of praise for the striker.

"He's certainly good enough for Real! He's a great player. It's another thing whether or not it would be possible," he told

"Sincerely, I don't think the transfer could happen. He looks very happy at City."

City have endured an inconsistent campaign this time around, failing to make it past the Champions League group stages and currently sitting nine points behind neighbours Manchester United in the Premier League.


However, Suarez says that his team can still retain their title, and is hoping the club can also go all the way in the FA Cup too, to make up for their early European exit.

"Last year we won the Premier League and at the start of the season we focused a bit more on the Champions League," he added.

"It didn't go well, finishing last in our group, and now the league is difficult but we're still in it, as well as the FA Cup quarter-finals.

"I think that if we come back to win the league and the FA Cup it would make up for the Champions League disappointment.

"The supporters didn't take the elimination that badly - I think they found the results against Ajax worse than the others, before the last two games."

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