Aguero had respiratory problems during Barca’s LaLiga match against Alaves at the Nou Camp last month and was replaced on 42 minutes by Philippe Coutinho.

Sergio Aguero debunks rumours of his early retirement

After being diagnosed with heart arrhythmia, the Manchester City veteran was brought to the hospital for examinations before being ruled out of play for at least three months to endure a period of observation.

Later, shocking claims from Spain claimed that the forward will be retiring in the near future.

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However, Barcelona vice-president Rafa Yuste refuted those rumors, adding that Aguero will make his decision in the next three months.

Yuste said: “I deny these reports. Aguero has three months to see how this anomaly evolves.”

This comes after Gerard Romero, a Barcelona writer and streamer, stated Aguero’s career was coming to an end.

Many other big Spanish magazines backed the report, suggesting that because of his cardiac ailment, the Argentina international may become “incompatible” with professional football and may no longer be “at a level necessary by Barcelona.”

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Romero wrote on Twitter: “Kun Aguero retires. Heart problems force him to leave football activity. A press conference has been scheduled to announce his retirement next week.”

Aguero, on the other hand, has previously claimed that he is focused on his recovery and is optimistic.

According to the 33-year-old, he will wait at least 90 days to make his next decision based on his improvement.

Aguero said: “Given the rumours, I tell them that I am following the indications of the club’s doctors, doing tests and treatment and seeing my progress within 90 days. Always positive.”


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