City new boy touted for shock Italy move

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Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could make a shock move to Napoli in the future, according to the player's agent.

The Argentine striker made a reported £38 million move to the Etihad Stadium earlier this summer, and has already struck six goals in four games for the club.

However, the player's agent Bruno Satin, says a move to Napoli, who take on City in their opening Champions League group game on Wednesday, could happen in the future.

"Aguero has a special place in his heart for Napoli," Satin told Radio Crc.

"Tomorrow night (Wednesday) will be a special game because Napoli have come back in the Champions League.


"Aguero wants to play all the matches (for Man City) because he loves football and has fun on the pitch. Sergio is not afraid of anyone and Manchester City are one of the favourite teams in the Champions League.

"(Manager) Roberto Mancini has pushed to have my player at all costs. He costs a lot but he is proving to have everything to make the difference. The fact that the coach rates him highly is an added value for him.

"We follow what happens in Naples closely because Napoli are an important club with an important history.

"There may be a possibility in the future to exchange players, but for now Aguero is good at City.

"(Gokhan) Inler has been a great addition to Napoli, (Ezequiel) Lavezzi is also extraordinary. (Walter) Mazzarri is a good coach and it will be exciting to watch the game tomorrow (Wednesday) to see how and if Napoli are able to stop Manchester City."

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