Former Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero is considering joining the Argentina coaching staff.
Aguero retired from football this season after a heart problem was discovered.
The prolific striker suffered an arrhythmia during a league game while playing for Barcelona on October 30th, and has not played since.
However, the 32-year-old will be involved in some capacity with his national team at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar later this year.
“I’m going to Qatar,” Aguero told TyC Sports after meeting with AFA president Claudio “Chiqui” Tapia.
“We still need to figure out in what role but I’ll be with the team at the World Cup.
“It was a nice talk with ‘Chiqui’; he’s been great with me and asked me to get together. The talks will continue to set on my role and also on the possibility to be at the draw for the World Cup. In the next week, we are going to finish all the details.
“My intention is to spend time with the players. I’ll be there with the team, I get along very well with them. I want to be close to them and try to have fun and loosen up.
“I want to find a place from where I can help the national team. It’s still very recent my retirement and I have offers from several sides, but I want to enjoy myself now and have more time to relax and do things that I couldn’t do when I was a soccer player”.
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