Atletico Madrid have yet to
receive an offer for forward Sergio Aguero after the Argentina international asked last month to leave the La Liga outfit.
"The president, the CEO and the sporting director have told
me that as of today there is no offer for him," said new coach
Gregorio Manzano, who was appointed this week for a second stint
at the club in place of the departing Quique Sanchez Flores.
"I would like the chance to coach him," Manzano told a news
conference. "It would be a source of pride and satisfaction to
have him among us."
The 23-year-old Aguero, who netted 20 goals in La Liga last
season, wants to end his five-year spell at the club.
Atletico said in January that offers from English Premier
League clubs Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur had been rejected, while the
Spanish media have recently speculated that Real Madrid and Barcelona
will attempt to sign him.
Aguero's team missed out on next season's Champions League
and qualified for the Europa League, the tournament they won in
2010 thanks to an extra-time victory over Fulham in Hamburg.
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