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Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero has hinted he could now be ready for a move to the Premier League placing Manchester United and Chelsea on red alert.

The Argentina international was widely tipped to move to Stamford Bridge in the January transfer window, however, the transfer failed to materialise.

The 21-year-old, who has attracted interest from some of Europe’s top clubs, has recently suggested that a move away from Atletico Madrid could be possible in the near future.

Aguero said: "I have enormous affection for Atletico but you cannot say I'll be here for ever. At the moment, I'm happy here and love the fans. I hope I can do well for them on the pitch."

The Madrid forward also hopes he can impress in this summer’s World Cup and take Argentina all the way to the final.

Aguero added: "Any player would like to be told he's the best in the world but I still have things to learn.

"It'll be my first World Cup and, God willing, I'll help Argentina reach the final. It's important to have a dream."

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