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Aguero wanted Real Madrid move

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Sergio Aguero has revealed he would have joined Real Madrid instead of Manchester City, had he been given the chance.

 

Speaking after City’s 3-2 defeat against Madrid last night Aguero revealed he would have opted for the La Liga champions, had they shown an interest in him before he signed for City in 2011.

 

Wayne Rooney could make a shock return for Manchester United’s Champions League tie against Galatatsary tonight. Rooney was initially ruled out until October with a gashed thigh, but has recovered quicker than expected.

 

John Obi-Mikel has admitted Chelsea were ‘lucky’ to win the Champions League last season. However Mikel also insists the Blues now have a squad capable of reaching the final on merit this time round thanks to their summer acquisitions.

 

Rafa Benitez has backed Brendan Rodgers to turn things around at Liverpool, after their worst to a league campaign for 100 years.

 

Arsenal coach Steve Bould has hailed Lukas Podolski as one of the best finishers in the world, after the German striker helped fire the Gunners to victory over Montpellier last night.

 

Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has revealed that he turned down the chance to sign Miroslav Klose, despite the Lazio forward insisting otherwise.

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