Last Updated: Sat, 07 Sep 2013 14:04
Sergio Aguero believes Manchester City are much stronger this season despite seeing a couple of players leave the club this summer.
City have seen regular first-team players Carlos Tevez and Gareth Barry leave for Juventus and Everton respectively this summer but the Premier League big spenders have once again splashed the cash.
Alvaro Negredo, Jesus Navas, Stevan Jovetic and Fernandinho are just a few of the names of players who have come through the doors at the Etihad Stadium as new manager Manuel Pellegrini looks to freshen up his attacking options.
Aguero has admitted the loss of his fellow Argentine Tevez was a blow but feels City have done more than enough to improve the squad for yet another title challenge.
He told The Sun: "Carlos has moved on and he was a great team-mate.
"He's going to be missed but we wish him the best in his next step. But I always keep a close eye on Spanish football and Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo were two of its brightest stars. Having them in our side makes us stronger - the same applies to Fernandinho and Stevan."
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