FC Barcelona striker Sergio “Kun” Aguero has ended his career as a professional footballer due to heart problems. The 33-year-old announced the decision at a news conference Wednesday. The arrhythmias found in Agro are not compatible with professional football. Many former Argentina comrades, such as Mancity coach Pep Cardiola and the current full squad of Catalans, attended the press conference.
“With this look I want to announce that I have decided to quit professional football. This is a very difficult moment,” Aguero said with tears at the beginning of his speech: “My health is coming first. I was in good hands, the doctors did what they could, and they told me it would be nice if I stopped.” Ten days ago I decided ten years ago that the 33-year-old had a sudden collapse in the 40th minute of FC Barcelona’s first division match against Deportivo Alaves at the Camp Nou in late October, when he suffocated in the air with his chest, after which he did not play a single game for the Kattals.
“I want to tell everyone that I did everything I could to be confident. But not much of it. I always dreamed of playing football. My dream is to play in the Primer Division. I never thought I would come to Europe. I want to thank everyone, “said Aguero. After ten years at Manchester City, he did not return to Barcelona until the summer of professional life. He played for Atlético Madrid in Spain, playing in 101 international matches for Argentina and scoring 42 goals.
“I have done my best to be successful. Thanks to my teammates who helped me grow. I walk happily with my head held high. I do not know what to expect in my life right now,” Argentina said. . According to the media, the club of national goalkeeper Mark-Andre der Stegen is already looking for an alternative to Aguero, who should come during the winter transfer season. Dani Olmo from RB Leipzig, Anthony Martial from Manchester United and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal FC.
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