Lionel Messi says goodbye to his friend “el Kun” Agüero: “I’m going to miss you a lot”

Leo Messi said goodbye to his Argentine teammate and friend, Sergio “Kun” Agüero, who this Wednesday, December 15, announced that he was leaving football at the age of 33 due to a heart arrhythmia.

“Practically a whole career together, Kun… We lived very beautiful moments and others that were not so beautiful, all of them made us unite more and more and be more friends. And we are going to continue living them together off the pitch ”, affirms the Argentine star of Paris Saint-Germain in a message on Instagram.

Messi reminds Agüero “the great joy of lifting the Copa América so little ago” and also “the achievements you achieved in England.”

“It hurts a lot to see how you have to stop doing what you like the most because of what happened to you. Surely you will continue to be happy, “he adds.

“All the best in this new stage! I love you a lot, friend, I’m going to miss a lot being with you on the pitch and when we get together with the National Team ”, concludes Messi.

Another PSG player, Spanish international Sergio Ramos, also sent a message of support and affection to Agüero, who said: “These are the most unfair circumstances that exist. Congratulations on your incredible career, a lot of encouragement and to enjoy what really matters, life ”.

After almost two decades on the courts, Sergio ‘Kun’ Agüero’s heart forced him to stop and the Barcelona forward was forced to retire this Wednesday, December 15, due to heart problems.

“This conference is to inform you that I have decided to stop playing professional football,” Agüero announced at a ceremony at Barcelona’s Camp Nou.

Agüero announced his retirement this Wednesday, December 15, together with the president of FC Barcelona, ​​Joan Laporta.

“It is a very hard time,” said an excited Agüero, specifying that “my health comes first. You know that I made this decision because of the problem I had a month ago ”.

The nightmare for the 33-year-old Argentine striker began last October 30 when the 40th minute of the league game against Alavés at the Camp Nou (1-1) fell to the ground, dizzy and clutching his chest.

Cared for on the pitch, he was able to leave the field on his own foot, but with the images of the cardiac arrest suffered by the Danish Christian Eriksen in the Eurocup still fresh, the Camp Nou was cold for a few moments.

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