Manchester City head coach Pep Guardiola said on Wednesday he had no plans to offer Sergio Aguero however affirmed the club was in converses with "three or four" potential new signings.
Addressing journalists in front of Manchester City's Houston derby with Manchester United on Thursday, Guardiola endeavored to draw a line under theory about Argentina striker Aguero's future.
"He's our player. He will stay here," Guardiola said of Aguero.
The City manager, in the mean time, was demure about a conceivable move for Arsenal's Chilean global Alexis Sanchez.
Sanchez is apparently quick to leave the Emirates despite the fact that director Arsene Wenger has shown the player is not available to be purchased.
"Alexis is a player from Arsenal. Arsene said that, this is on account of he knows more than me," Guardiola said.
Guardiola seemed to affirm City's enthusiasm for Real Madrid protector Danilo and Monaco's Benjamin Mendy yet again declined to go into subtle elements.
"We are conversing with three or four players - with the following three, four, five years at the top of the priority list. They are youthful players," Guardiola said.
"We have choices for players coming, yet until the point when the arrangement is done, keeping in mind alternate clubs I can't state anything.
"Mendy is an indistinguishable case from Danilo. We have targets and we see what happens. He's a Monaco player so I'm peaceful in my remarks."
City, in the interim, are wanting to offload striker Kelechi Iheanacho, who is on the very edge of an arrangement to join previous champions Leicester City.
Guardiola said the 20-year-old Nigerian required consistent football.
"Kelechi's a youthful player. It is difficult for him," Guardiola said.
"He needs to play at that age and that is the reason he and the club chose it was best for him to take off."
The City administrator, be that as it may, conceded that the instability encompassing the exchange showcase was diverting from his group's pre-season and recommended the European exchange market ought to be abbreviated so it shut before the begin of the new season. The window stays open until August 31.
"Tragically the market completes the 31st. I feel that is a tremendous error from Uefa," Guardiola said.
"I think the market should complete when we begin the season. It's too long, too vast.
"We are playing here with folks who perhaps won't proceed, or with players who are coming however are not here. We are playing in a circumstance where we don't know precisely what will occur for whatever remains of the season, so we miss time."
City open their pre-season US visit against United at Houston's NRG Stadium on Thursday. They at that point confront Real Madrid at the Los Angeles Coliseum on July 26 preceding going up against Tottenham in Nashville on July 29