Argentine striker Sergio Aguero refused to rule out a departure from Manchester City this summer, admitting he would be tempted by a move back to Spain.
Aguero's contract at Etihad Stadium lasts until June next year, after signing a one-year extension in 2018.
But that means that Aguero's best scorer of all time is close to having just 12 months left in his deal.
And it seems that Aguero does not want to sign another contract that ties him to what remains of his career.
Speaking to Spanish media El Chiringuito, Aguero said he is not ruling out a return to Spain, but insists he is still happy in Manchester and still has ambitions to win the Champions League with the club.
"It's difficult; I'm not thinking about what I'm going to do. I know that every day my contract is closer to expiring. There will probably be some offers, but we'll see," said Aguero.
“For now, I just want to try to win the Champions League with City. It would be an incredible achievement for me and the club.
"But I really didn't think about what I'm going to do after 2021. Besides, the current scenario makes things more difficult. If the next season starts later, it will probably end later – maybe in August, something like that.
"And many players have their contracts expiring in June – we will have to see how everything is resolved. If the contracts are extended, I don't know, we will see how it goes."
Aguero added: "I don't rule out going back to Spain or any country. I don't know what I'm going to do. Today I feel good and comfortable in Manchester. I want to do everything at the club in the best possible way, so let's see."
Aguero joined Man City at Atlético de Madrid in 2011, after five years in the Spanish capital.
And at City, the 31-year-old helped City win four Premier League titles and last season's FA Cup.
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