'No offer received' for Liverpool striker target

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Atletico Madrid are yet to receive a bid for Sergio Aguero, according to president Enrique Cerezo.

The Argentine international is being courted by a number of clubs across Europe, with Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish one of those from the Barclays Premier League tracking the player.

Manchester City and Chelsea are also thought to be interested in bringing the player to England, whilst Real Madrid have been linked with a controversial La Liga swoop for the 22-year-old.

Cerezo has confirmed that a move to Jose Mourinho's Los Blancos is unlikely, and that no bid has been tabled for the coveted former Independiente starlet.

“I have always said players can play where they want, but I don’t believe ‘Kun’ wants to play at Real Madrid,” said the Los Rojiblancos president.

“It is what we have been saying for a long time. Aguero is an Atletico Madrid player and we have not had any offer. There is plenty of talk but I have no offers.”

Liverpool have been linked with a handful of strikers in recent months, with Mario Gomez, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Romelu Lukaku all speculatively placed on the Anfield radar.


With money to spend in the transfer window, Dalglish is set for a busy summer and the Liverpool boss has said he'll be searching for 'high calibre' rather than a large volume of players.

A defender and winger are also thought to be on the Scot's wish list, with Dalglish and director of football Damien Comolli working together to strengthen the squad in a number of positions in the summer window.

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