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Sergio Aguero Will Be Out Of Action For Three Months After Chest Pain

barcelona forward aguero ruled out for three months

Barcelona forward Sergio Aguero has been ruled out for three months after feeling chest pain during a La Liga encounter against Deportivo Alavés on Saturday. 

Following the tests, it showed that the former Manchester City man will have to remain sidelined for the next three months and undergo cardiac treatment and recovery process. 

Meanwhile, Barcelona has made a statement about this situation and stated that. Sergio Aguero is getting treatment and will remain sidelined for the next three months. During this time the Argentine will receive treatments and undergo a recovery process. The Club statement:

barcelona striker will be out for three months for chest issue

“Sergio Aguero has been subjected to a diagnostic and therapeutic process by Dr Josep Brugada. He is unavailable for selection and during the next three months the effectiveness of treatment will be evaluated to determine his recovery process.”

Sergio Aguero before starting his recovering again thanked his fans and issued a statement as well to inform them.And thanked his fans who sent well wishes. He said:

“I am well and in good spirits to face the recovery process. I want to thank you all for so many messages of support and love that make my heart stronger today.”

Barcelona forward Aguero ruled out of action for three more months:

Sergio Aguero just made his debut for Barcelona after signing for free during the summer transfer window. The forward spent most of his time on the treatment table since making the move to La Liga giants. And it seems the forward will have to remain sidelined for three more months. 

The striker has been struggling with injuries over the past few campaigns and now suffering heart problems that might be pushing him towards the end of his career. If the situation continues to go like this. Then it will be hard for the Argentine forward to continue playing football. 

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