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Sergio Aguero reveals he will be at 2022 World Cup with Argentina in a coaching role

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Sergio Aguero revealed he could be set for a role with Argentina ahead of the World Cup
Sergio Aguero revealed he could be set for a role with Argentina ahead of the World Cup / Gustavo Pagano/GettyImages
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Key Summary:

1. Sergio Aguero has claimed he will be present at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

2. The former Man City man is eyeing a coaching role with the Argentina national team.

3. Aguero revealed he has held talks with coach Lionel Scaloni.

Sergio Aguero has revealed that he will play a role at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar later this year.

The Manchester City legend was forced to call time on his playing career back in December after being diagnosed with a heart arrhythmia while playing for Barcelona.

However, Aguero has refused to walk away from the game, and insisted that he will be preset in Qatar with the Argentina national team.

"I'm going to the World Cup in Qatar. We are going to have a meeting this week," he told Radio10.

"I want to be there. The idea is for me to be incorporated into the coaching staff, I spoke with [manager Lionel] Scaloni and [president Claudio] Tapia."

Aguero recently revealed a terrifying truth about his condition, and admitted he worries his heart "doesn't work properly" anymore.

Speaking about his health on a Twitch stream, the 33-year-old said: "If I try to play football now, I run out of breath.

"Sometimes I wonder if I will ever be able to sprint again. I just feel like my heart doesn't work properly. When it happened, I thought it was nothing and that I was going to be fine, but when I arrived in the hospital and they left me in a small room alone with a lot of monitors around me.

"I realised something was bad. And after two days hospitalised, I started to become nervous. The first 15 days I had a terrible time."

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