Sergio Aguero sends a heartfelt thanks to Barcelona fans for their messages of support following his diagnosis of arrhythmia after going off with chest pains in Saturday's Alaves match
- Sergio Aguero made his first start for Barcelona on Saturday but it didn't last
- The former Man City striker was substituted complaining of chest pains
- He spent two days in hospital and has now been ruled out for three months
Aguero asked to be taken off after 40 minutes of Barcelona's draw with Alaves on Saturday night complaining of chest discomfort.
He spent Sunday and Monday in hospital before a statement from the club on November 1 revealed the extent of Aguero's problem and that he must rest for three months due to arrhythmia.
Sergio Aguero sent a heartfelt thanks to Barcelona for the good wishes he has received
In a video posted on the club's social media channels on Thursday, Aguero said: 'Hey Culers! Sending you all a big hug!
'Thank you for all the messages of support. Now it's time to recover and wait for more news. Sending you all a big hug.'
Aguero has been sent will-wishes from across football, including those at his former club Manchester City.
'I spoke with his agent. Difficult news for him and his family,’ Guardiola told reporters ahead of City’s Champions League clash with Club Brugge.
Aguero, 33, left the pitch after 40 minutes as Barcelona played against Alaves on Saturday
The striker was suffering with chest pains during his first start at the Nou Camp for Barcelona
‘We wish him a safe recovery, doesn’t matter the time. Health is most important than anything else.
‘He’s in good hands, he will take care of himself. I wish him the best recovery and he can come back to play again, otherwise he enjoy his life and enjoy what he has done.
‘I don’t know what he has, he has to be careful and safe for the rest of his life.’
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