Sergio Aguero seems open to football return after receiving a tempting proposal

Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero has refused to rule out a return to football despite last year’s early retirement.

A teary Aguero called it a day on his playing career back in December, following problems with heart arrhythmia.

Having complained of a problem during Barcelona’s 1-1 draw with Deportivo Alaves back in October, Aguero looked set to miss a number of games with the issue.

Initial reports ruled Aguero out for three months, yet further examinations showed the problem to be much worse than initially thought. Forced to retire, the striker announced his decision during a press conference held at the Camp Nou.

It wasn’t meant to be like this for Aguero. Having left City at the end of last season, the forward joined Barcelona on a free transfer in the summer.

While he arrived in Catalonia with a calf injury, Aguero quickly took to life in Barcelona, even scoring on his El Classico debut.

That goal would prove Aguero’s first and last in the colours of the Blaugrana. Officially retiring with 280 career goals to his name, Aguero leaves behind a career in football few will ever be able to rival.

Sergio Aguero not ruling out a return to football

Although, there may be more to come. In a shocking revelation reported by TyC Sports, the former-City man revealed a route back into football may exist.

During an interview with the Argentine broadcaster, Aguero hinted at a possible return somewhere down the line: “Yesterday, it crossed my mind that I could play again. Inter Miami called me, but I refused. In two years? Let’s see.”

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Inter Miami owner David Beckham has made his desire clear to bring some of football’s biggest names to the Florida-based club. Already boasting Gonzalo Higuain on their roster, future high-profile signings are not out of the question.

Beckham is reportedly interested in bringing seven-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi to Major League Soccer. Talents like Neymar have also gone on record and expressed an interest in going Stateside.

As far as Aguero is concerned, the obvious roadblock would be his heart condition. However, the recent reemergence of Christian Eriksen at Brentford may offer the ex-Barcelona forward some much-needed optimism.

Having suffered a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s Euro 2020 clash with Finland back in June, it looked as if Eriksen’s football career was over.

Yet, just eight months after the incident, the Danish midfielder made a remarkable recovery and signed for Premier League side Brentford.

Flourishing in his new role with the Bees, Eriksen’s return could pave the path for players that have suffered heart problems.

We’re unlikely to see Aguero play in Europe again. But don’t be surprised to see him banging in goals elsewhere in the not-too-distant future.