Manchester City legend Sergio Kun Aguero announces retirement from football

On Wednesday, Barcelona and Argentina striker Sergio Aguero declared his retirement from soccer at a tearful press conference, simply over a month when the 33-year-old was diagnosed with a heart problem.

On Wednesday, Barcelona and Argentina striker Sergio Aguero proclaimed his retirement from soccer at a tearful press conference simply over a month once the 33-year-old was diagnosed with a heart problem. “I have set to prevent taking part in professional football. It’s a very demanding moment. However, I’m pleased with my decision. As mentioned earlier, my health comes first,” Aguero, who enjoyed ten extremely roaring years at Manchester City before going for Barcelona at the tip of last season on a free transfer.

Here is the video of Aguero addressing the media in Wednesday’s press conference.

 

 

Aguero suffered cardiac and respiratory difficulties while playing in La Liga in October. On Wednesday, Aguero was attended at the news conference by club president Joan Laporta. In July, the 33-year-old joined Barca from Manchester city once serving to Argentina to win the Copa America.

Shortly before his switch, he suffered a bout of Covid-19, and on October thirty, he was rushed to the hospital after respiratory issues while playing within the Liga draw against Alaves.

“It appears clear the Argentine striker can announce his retirement once suffering cardiac arrhythmia,” Mundo Deportivo wrote on Tuesday.

The club same after he underwent heart tests in Nov that Aguero would be unavailable for the ensuing three months, whereas the effectiveness of treatment was evaluated.

At the time, Aguero said he remained optimistic.

“Rumours are going around. However, I’m following the club doctor’ opinion, and we’ll see however I’m in ninety days,” he wrote on Twitter.

Aguero left Man city as their incomparable record goalscorer with 260 goals, and with the foremost goals scored for one club in Premier League history — 184 goals in 275 appearances.

 

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