21 year old Argentinian goal-machine Sergio Aguero has been told he can leave Atletico Madrid, should an 'interesting' offer come in for the player. Maybe their 'Real' rivals should stick in a 'shrewd' £30m to get the ball rolling to end all Tottenham hope of actually snapping up a quality European striker- and save the media writing articles upon articles about Spurs signing another superstar from abroad. Let's be honest, the best we can hope for is that of an unknown player that turns out a star, haven't seen one of those at Spurs since a certain Bulgarian was taken for peanuts from Germany.
"We will open talks if an interesting offer is made," (Atletico president) Cerezo told French radio station RMC. He added further that no club has yet made a bid for their superstar.
"Many people have spoken about Aguero but the truth is that Atletico have not been contacted by any suitor." Of course, this will not be the case come September.
So, any Spurs interest will be hyped then dashed- I feel a sense of Deja Vu- as soon as Mark Hughes makes a move for the Argentine striker to bring him to the 10th best team in England; as reported in the past. Madrid could also do with another forward as they seriously continue to lack quality in the final quarter of the pitch, obviously.
Harry will not move for Aguero, Levy will not splash out for Aguero and lets hope the media all give the fans of Tottenham a break and not include 'Sergio Aguero' and 'Tottenham' in the same sentence. I can't bare the false optimism for another summer.
But, of course, these are the English papers I'm talking about..