According to sensational reports in Spain, Sergio Aguero is’set to RETIRE following heart problems at the age of 33.’
According to reports in Spain, SERGIO AGUERO is set to announce his RETIREMENT next week.
Manchester City’s all-time leading scorer, who is still only 33 years old, had breathing problems during Barcelona’s match against Alaves last month.
Aguero was taken to the hospital for tests before being ruled out of action for at least three months to be monitored.
A cardiac arrhythmia was discovered in him.
However, according to reports in Spain, Aguero will retire in the near future.
Gerard Romero, a Barcelona journalist and streamer, broke the news on Twitter, writing: “Kun Aguero retires.”
“Heart issues have forced him to stop playing football.”
“Next week, he will announce his retirement at a press conference.”
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The news was quickly backed up by a slew of other major Spanish outlets.
According to reports in Spain, Aguero’s heart problem could make him ‘incompatible’ with the professional game, and he may no longer be ‘at a level required by Barcelona.’
Barcelona has yet to make an official statement regarding Aguero’s current situation.
However, Aguero, who joined Barcelona on a free transfer in July, admitted last week that he was staying ‘positive.’
“Given the rumors, I tell them that I am following the instructions of the club’s doctors, doing tests and treatment, and seeing my progress within 90 days,” the Argentine said.
“I’m a firm believer in being upbeat.”
During his ten-year stay at Man City, Aguero won 15 trophies, including five Premier League titles, and 260 goals in 390 games.
He also represented Argentina 101 times, scoring 41 goals and helping them win the Copa America earlier this year.
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