Barcelona’s Sergio Aguero has announced his retirement from football after heart problems.
The Argentine striker suffered fast heartbeats during the match against Alaves on 30 October. City’s historic scorer left the field before the break against Alaves 1-1 after suffering dizziness as he was taken to hospital for the necessary medical examinations, after which the Club announced that “Kun” was following “remedial procedures”.”He is on sick leave for the next three months. The effectiveness of his treatment will be assessed to determine his recovery.”
Aguero left Manchester City, with 15 titles, last summer after joining his country’s Copa America team in July. Aguero is City’s historic goalscorer with 260 goals and with the highest number of goals scored for a single club in English Premier League history (184 goals in 275 games).
Prior to his move to Barcelona on a free transfer, Aguero suffered from covid-19. The start of Aguero’s second adventure, the third scorer in the history of the Argentine national team, in La Liga, after playing with Atlético Madrid between 2006 and 2011, was not successful as he suffered an injury and only participated in five games with one goal.