Argentine international and Barcelona FC forward, Sergio Aguero might retire from playing professional football after he was reportedly been diagnosed with cardiac arrhythmia following his on-field episode during Barcelona’s match against Alaves.
The diagnosis had originally ruled the Argentine out of action for three months.
However, according to emerging information from journalist Gerard Romero, “Sergio Aguero will now in fact retire from the game as a direct result of the aforementioned difficulties.”
Romero has further stated that next week, a press conference has been scheduled to announce the retirement of Sergio Aguero from football, in what will undoubtedly be an emotional occasion for all those connected to the game.
The former Manchester City forward has suffered a string of muscle injuries since moving to Barca, and these have prevented him from building any sort of momentum with his new club thus far.
Aguero made his very first start for Barcelona at the Nou Camp against Alaves following the departure of Ronald Koeman.
However, the now fully-fit Aguero’s woes deepened against Alaves after he was withdrawn from the pitch with apparent difficulties with his breathing.