Saul Niguez gives blessing for Sergio Aguero to join Real Madrid

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Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez had admitted that he would not mind if former Atlectico Mardid striker Sergio Aguero was to return to La Liga and play for league rival Real Madrid, reports 

Real Madrid have been linked with the Argentinean striker since he slipped through their fingertips and headed to Manchester City in 2011.

Aguero seemingly has strong ties with his former club who have become renowned for producing some of the best strikers in the world, including Diego Costa, Fernando Torres and Radamel Falcao.

When asked if he would mind if Aguero were to be playing for Madrid, Niguez told Goal: "Aguero to Madrid? I don't mind if he were to join Madrid now.”

The midfielder took time in the interview to praise the work done by Diego Simeone in recent years, having won La Liga and taking his side to a champions league final last season spirits seem high for Atletico: "What Atletico have achieved is simply incredible. Not too long ago, Atletico were still playing in the second tier.

"The club is healthy again now, growing on the pitch and Europe fears us because of our playing style and attitude. We have had a great season and the team deserves a 10 for its performances.”

The Spain Under-21 international also spoke on his own future at the club and says he has no intentions to leave Atletico after breaking into the first team this season: "I will stay at Atletico, there is no doubt about that," he said. "I just signed a new deal with Atleti. I have always wanted to be at this club.”

Niguez has signed a five-year deal which ties him to the club until the summer of 2020.

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