Sergio Aguero has reiterated his desire to return to first club Independiente when his contract with Manchester City expires during the summer of 2020.
Argentina international Aguero has emerged as a City legend since joining the club from Atletico Madrid in 2011, as he has won six trophies during his time in England and he became the club’s all-time leading goalscorer earlier this season.
However, the 29-year-old has made no secret of his desire to return to first club Independiente before he retires and he has now revealed that he intends to make that move when his latest City contract expires in just over two years’ time.
Speaking to Fox Sports Argentina, he said: “I always said that I would like to return to Independiente when my contract ends with City, which is in 2020.
I am not thinking about that now. I am focused on finishing the season well and reaching the World Cup.”
This season could be a very successful one for Aguero, as he has already won the Carabao Cup with City, scoring during the final success over Arsenal last month.
The Citizens are also on course to win the Premier League title, while they will face Liverpool in the quarter-finals of the Champions League over two legs next month.
Aguero is also likely to form part of Argentina’s squad for the World Cup this summer and La Albiceleste are among the favourites at 9.50 to win world football’s top prize for the first time since 1986.