News from the Spanish media on Saturday indicated that Barcelona star Sergio Aguero is about to announce his retirement.
The name of the Argentine killer Aguero certainly had a place in the headlines at the end of last month.
Unfortunately, this is entirely for negative reasons.
In the La Liga game between Barcelona and Alaves on October 30, the 33-year-old player started from the field and fell to the ground in an amazing way without the ball, seeming to have difficulty breathing while holding his chest:
Regarding the scene near the end of the first half at Camp Nou, but thank goodness Sergio Aguero was able to leave the stadium without the need for a stretcher 🙏
I hope he will get back on track soon 🤞 pic.twitter.com/1T4gSGHvuV
-Premier Sports (@PremierSportsTV) October 30, 2021
In turn, Aguero was dragged off the playing field before being sent to a nearby hospital.
After the 1-1 stalemate was about to end, Barcelona later confirmed that the former Manchester City star had Report “Chest discomfort” eventually led to his being excluded for the next three months:
Latest news | Barcelona player Aguero received diagnosis and treatment from Dr. Joseph Brugada. He has no choice. In the next three months, the effectiveness of the treatment will be evaluated to determine his recovery process. pic.twitter.com/My9xWpm6I4
-FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) November 1, 2021
Aguero bids farewell to football
However, as mentioned above, on Saturday, a frank and devastating update on Aguero’s situation is coming.
As Gerard Romero revealed, and thanks to the support of reliable sources elsewhere, the Argentine icon actually appears to be about to announce his withdrawal from football.
A press conference will be held next week, when Aguero will announce that he will never set foot on the court again:
🚨 Quin Aguero retired. Heart problems forced him to leave football and be active. A press conference will be held next week to announce his withdrawal.We are calculating it https://t.co/vrsj4XOUJL #Barsa #fcblive #Kunaghero
-Gerard Romero (@gerardromero) November 20, 2021