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Aguero not set for Juve

Striker's agent dismisses claims a deal to Italian club is in the offing

By James Dall - Follow me on Twitter @James_Dall.   Last Updated: 16/06/11 10:41am

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Aguero: Not set to join Juventus

Aguero: Not set to join Juventus

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Sergio Aguero's agent has denied reports that the Atletico Madrid striker has agreed to join Juventus.

It had been suggested that Juve were closing in on the signing of the Argentina international, for a fee in the region of £22million.

But the claims have been quelled, with Aguero's representative, Hernan Reguera, insisting no talks have been held with the Serie A club.

"Sergio has two agents and we have both been in Argentina, we have not met anyone," Reguera told Spanish newspaper AS.

"We have not been in Italy or anywhere, we are in Argentina working on his future. He is quiet, he has delegated this to us and is now focused on the Copa America.

"It is clear that Kun is eager to play Champions League football next season. However, it will not be a decisive factor in the decision on his future. We are currently considering his options and many factors play a role in his decision."

Aguero has been linked with several of Europe's top sides, including Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid.

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