Former Manchester City foward, Sergio Aguero is set to be offered the role of an Ambassador in the club.
This is coming after the 33-year-old former City forward was forced to annouced his retirement in a press conference last month, December due to his heart problem.
Aguero had left City to Barcaelona where he was signed into the ESPN club last summer on free transfer due to his Contract with City which end June 30, 2021
The Barca foward was only able to play five games for the Spanish club and was forced off during just his fifth appearance.
According to report, Manchester City are looking to hand him a role as a club ambassador, alongside the likes of City icon Mike Summerbee, Joleon Lescott and Micah Richards, which will see him remain in football.
Before his retirement, Aguero scored 260 goals for City and lifted the Premier League trophy five times during his time in England.