Sergio Kun Aguero playing against Manchester United in previous match (Photo Credit)
Several players have been suffering from serious health issues in the recent days forcing them to retire from their careers earlier than expected. Inter Milan star player Christian Eriksen has been forced to be out for one year due to heart condition, with former Manchester City player Sergio Kun Aguero facing early retirement due to the same heart condition.
According to reliable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Sergio Kun Aguero who moved to Barcelona last summer might have to retire earlier because of the seriousness of the heart complications he had.
The reports claim that Sergio Aguero who was pulled out of play due to some difficulties in breathing brought about by heart related issues is facing serious complications that cannot withstand the required football training and playing sessions.
This is a big blow to the star striker who was hoping to leave his mark as a Barcelona player after securing his move.
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