​Sergio Aguero is attracting interest from David Beckham's new MLS franchise Inter Miami but has no immediate plans to depart Manchester City.


Aguero entered the record books recently when he became the highest-scoring overseas player in Premier League history, a record previously held by Arsenal legend Thierry Henry. The 31-year-old is also City's all-time record goalscorer with a remarkable 251 goals in all competitions. 

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Earlier this month it emerged that as a reward for his many years of service to the club, the Citizens will allow Aguero to ​leave the club on his own terms by choosing his next destination - but the club remain keen to keep the prolific frontman for as long as possible.


"Sergio leaves when he decides. He is wedded to City," an 'Etihad insider' told the ​Sun.


"As long as he is still scoring goals and playing regularly, he has no firm plans about when saying goodbye to Manchester.


"He is a legend already and City hate the idea of him leaving in his early thirties and still banging them in somewhere else.

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"It's likely to be a 12-month annual review option, if 'Kun' indicates he wants another year to beat Shearer's [Premier League scoring] record."


The striker's current deal expires at the end of next season and a return to Argentina with Independiente is thought to be high on the player's agenda. In 2018, Aguero stated that he was ​planning to join the club in 2020, before changing his mind and signing a one-year contract extension at City.


However, according to the ​Su​nBeckham is trying to prevent this homecoming by convincing the former Atletico Madrid man to sign for his MLS franchise. Inter Miami's inaugural season kicks off in March with the club also being linked with a move for David Silva.

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Fellow MLS outfit New York City, who are affiliated to Aguero's current club through the City Football Group, are also understood to be interested in securing his signature whenever he does decide to depart English football.