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Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero addresses retirement issues
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ergio Aguero played down any suggestions he might retire following a recent heart attack.

The Argentina striker was substituted in disturbing scenes in Barcelona’s draw against Alaves earlier this month following chest pain and has since been ruled out for up to three months following a “diagnostic process and therapeutic “undertaken by the club’s doctors.

This had led to reports suggesting that Aguero – who only left Manchester City over the summer – may consider withdrawing from the game altogether.

Yet take to Twitter, the 33-year-old allayed those concerns and explained how he is approaching the situation in a positive way.

“Given the rumors, I tell them that I am following the indications of the doctors at the club, that I am doing tests and treatments and that I see my progress within 90 days. Still positive,” he wrote.

Pep Guardiola – who won three Premier League titles while working with Aguero – was one of many to send his thoughts to Aguero.

” We wish him a good recovery. Time doesn’t matter. Health and life are much more important than anything else.

“I’m pretty sure he’s in good hands with some really good doctors who are going to take care of him,” he said.

“He takes good care of himself.

“We wish him as fast and as safe a recovery as possible and he comes back, if possible, to play again, if not (to) enjoy his life and what he has done, (to) be careful and be safe. for the rest of his life. “

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