Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero could return to the club in an ambassadorial role.
The Argentine was forced to retire from professional football due to a heart condition.
In October, Aguero was diagnosed with a cardiac arrhythmia and these health problems forced him to retire from playing just six months into his Barca careerGetty
Aguero left City last summer to join Barcelona on a free transfer after an incredible 10-year spell in the Premier League.
The move, though, was short-lived after he suffered chest pains during his first competitive start for the Catalans, against Alaves last October.
The 33-year-old has yet to decide his next move but the Citizens are looking to see if they can employ him in a different capacity.
According to The Sun, he could take up a role as a club ambassador alongside City’s 1968 title winner Mike Summerbee and former teammates Joleon Lescott and Micah Richards.
Aguero is set to be immortalised by City with a statue being placed outside the Etihad Stadium later this year alongside monuments of Vincent Kompany and David Silva.
Success defined Aguero’s spell in the Premier LeagueGetty Silva supplied Aguero with many goals during his time at the EtihadGETTY
Aguero joined City from LaLiga outfit Atletico Madrid in 2011 and he scored a dramatic injury-time winner against Queens Park Rangers on the final game of the season to secure the club’s first Premier League title.
He went on to become the club’s all-time leading goalscorer with 260 goals in 390 appearances during his ten-year stint at the Etihad.
Aguero helped City to five Premier League titles, six League Cups and one FA Cup.
His final appearance for City came in last season’s 1-0 Champions League final defeat to rivals Chelsea last May.
But he could be returning to the club if he chooses to accept the club’s ambassadorial role.