AFP and EFE / Barcelona
Sergio Agüero, a Barcelona footballer, who had to leave the field of play in the game against Alavés on October 30 due to a chest discomfort that subsequent examinations related to a cardiac arrhythmia, could have to leave professional football, reported Catalunya Ràdio .
The 33-year-old Argentine player would have been informed of the seriousness of the problem after the cardiological tests carried out and the option of having to retire to safeguard his health was raised.
The last information that Barça gave about the state of Agüero was on November 2, when it issued a statement in which it reported that after undergoing a diagnostic and therapeutic procedure with Dr. Josep Brugada, he would be absent for a minimum of three months, in Those who would evaluate the effectiveness of the treatment to determine their recovery process.
“Given the rumors, I tell them that I am following the indications of the club’s doctors, doing tests and treatment and see my progress within 90 days,” the Argentine footballer wrote on his official Twitter account.
“Always positive,” concluded the Argentine striker, after this Friday the Catalunya Radio station stated that “he could no longer play football due to a serious heart disease.” The medium itself clarified that “the doctors will monitor his evolution and during the next few months he will have resonances and stress tests, but his pathology could be incompatible with professional sports practice.”