Real Madrid were reportedly courting the Argentinian striker.
Sergio Aguero has revealed he snubbed “one or two” offers during the summer to sign a new contract with Manchester City.
The Argentinian striker, who joined the club for £38 million switch from Atletico Madrid, pledged the next four years of his career to City after putting pen-to-paper on a fresh deal in May amid interest from Spanish giants Real Madrid.
A move to the Bernabeu has been mooted on several occasions and it’s widely known that Madrid wanted to sign Aguero before his move to England in 2011, but the 25-year-old insists he is content with life at the Etihad Stadium.
“One or two offers might have been around, but I was not interested in them,” he told the Sun on Sunday.
“The thing was to stay where I was enjoying my football. I am very happy with Manchester City. I love Manchester. I have signed for another year.
“I’m happy to be here as I’ve been treated so well.”
Aguero wrote his name into City folklore when he scored the decisive goal in a 3-2 victory over QPR in the final minute on the final day of the 2011/12 season to capture the club’s first Premier League title from under the noses of rivals Manchester United.