Report updates Sergio Aguero's future, explains how he feels about playing for Guardiola

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Sergio Aguero reportedly wants to finish his career at Manchester City.

According to a report from ESPN, Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero wants to finish his playing career with the club, and is 'very excited' to work under manager-in-waiting Pep Guardiola.

Aguero, 27, was a big-money signing from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011, and he has guaranteed his place as one of City's finest ever players having starred in the Premier League.

The Argentine international has hit a stunning 124 goals in 188 games for City, including the historic last-minute goal to beat Queens Park Rangers on the final day of the 2011-12 season, pipping rivals Manchester United to the Premier League title.

Now, ESPN report that Aguero has told City that he wants to end his career at the Etihad Stadium, and is poised to sign a new contract until the summer 2020, taking him up to his 32nd birthday.

It's suggested that City are no longer worried that Aguero could return to Spain, and are pressing ahead with plans to seal the contract extension with their talismanic striker, having worked hard in recent years to maintain a strong relationship with the player.

Aguero will be playing under manager-in-waiting Pep Guardiola next season, with the world-class Spaniard charged with the task of re-claiming the Premier League title - and ESPN claim that Aguero is 'very excited' to be working under the former Barcelona manager, once he completes his move from Bayern Munich.

Would you be happy to see Aguero spend the rest of his career at Manchester City?

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