Final Up to date: February 22, 2022, 14:25 IST
Former Argentina striker Sergio Aguero. (AFP Picture)
Sergio Aguero introduced his retirement from soccer in December due to a coronary heart situation.
Former Argentina striker Sergio Aguero stated he might be part of Argentina’s backroom employees on the World Cup in Qatar this 12 months after assembly with Argentine Soccer Affiliation (AFA) president Claudio Tapia on Monday.
Aguero, 33, introduced his retirement from soccer in December due to a coronary heart situation, bringing the curtain down on an 18-year profession throughout which he scored greater than 400 objectives.
The Argentine stated the ultimate particulars of his association with the AFA could be determined within the coming weeks, and added that he hoped to attend the ultimate draw for the World Cup, which is ready to happen on April 1.
“We nonetheless want to determine the position, however I’ll be with the workforce on the World Cup,” Aguero advised TyC Sports activities. “It was a pleasant discuss with Chiqui (Tapia).”
“I need to spend time with the gamers,” he added. “I’ll be there with the workforce, I get alongside very effectively with them. I need to be near them and attempt to have enjoyable. I need to discover a manner I will help the nationwide workforce.”
Aguero scored 41 objectives in 101 video games for Argentina, representing them at three World Cups and serving to them win the 2021 Copa America – their first main title in 28 years.
Argentina have already certified unbeaten for Qatar, and are second within the South American qualifying group, 4 factors behind Brazil.
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