• Sun. Aug 7th, 2022

Man City legend Sergio kun Aguero hint on returning to football after retirement last year

Sergio Kun Aguero, a former Manchester City and Barcelona striker, was forced to retire in December 2021 due to a heart issue.

Sergio kun Aguero, the Argentine striker who was forced to retire due to a heart issue, has stated that he is already fantasizing about returning to football.

Since joining Manchester City in 2011 from Atletico Madrid, the 33-year-old has become one of the club’s all-time goal scorers.

During his time in England, he scored 260 goals in 390 games for the club.

Kun Aguero, who joined Barcelona on a free transfer last summer, had to retire after only six months.

After requiring medical attention on the pitch during the Blaugrana’s 1-1 draw with Alaves in October, the Argentine was substituted.

The former Atletico Madrid striker had to miss two months of action due to hospital treatment.

In December, the Argentine was forced to proclaim that his playing days were over at the age of 33.

After recovering at home for a few months, the former Barcelona striker has stated that he is itching to exercise again.

When his teammates observed him lying motionless on the pitch, they were concerned about his health. 

The medical experts advised him to stay away from football for another six months and take things carefully.

He has claimed, however, that Inter Miami contacted him in an attempt to persuade him to join them, but he declined.

“It entered my mind yesterday that I could play again,” Sergio kun Aguero told TYC Sports. Inter Miami contacted me, but I declined.”

“How about in two years?” Let’s see what happens. The doctors said I’d have to go for five or six months without doing anything, but I’m eager to get back into shape.”

It was a difficult decision for him to be forced to make, and tears streamed down his face as he made his declaration.

“It’s a very difficult period,” the former City star said at the time. The decision I made was mostly motivated by my health, as a result of a condition I encountered a month and a half ago.

“I was in good hands with the medical team, who did their best and told me that the best thing for me to do was to stop playing.” So, about a week ago, I made that decision, and I want to inform everyone that I tried everything I could to have hope, but there wasn’t much.”

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