Sergio Aguero hasn’t given up hope of reviving his football career and says one club has already contacted him over a potential return.
Aguero was forced to announce his retirement from professional football in December at the age of 33 due to a heart condition.
The former Manchester City striker, who moved to Barcelona on a free transfer last summer, experienced chest problems and breathing difficulties in a match against Alaves in October.
Aguero was taken to hospital for cardiac tests and was later diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat.
After a period of three months on the sidelines, Aguero eventually announced his retirement from football in an emotional press conference at the Nou Camp.
However, less than four months later, Aguero is already eyeing a return to the game.
Speaking to TYC Sports, he said: "Yesterday, it crossed my mind that I could play again. Inter Miami called me but I refused. In two years? Let’s see.
"The doctors told me that I have to spend five or six months without activity, but I already want to train again!"
MLS side Inter Miami are partly owned by David Beckham and have been linked with a number of huge names in recent months.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Beckham is keen to bring Lionel Messi to the club within the next two years.
The overall aim is to reunite the Paris Saint-Germain star with his former Barcelona teammates Luis Suarez, Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets.
The report claims Suarez could be the first of Beckham's targets to join Miami as he is expected to leave Atletico Madrid at the end of the season.
Alba and Busquets could also join when their contracts expire at Barcelona. Alba’s current deal is due to end in 2023, while Busquets in under contract until 2024.
Meanwhile, Messi’s future at Paris Saint-Germain is far from certain after a disappointing start to life in French football.
The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has scored just two league goals this season and reports in Spain have claimed the 34-year-old is unhappy at the Parc des Princes.
Earlier this season, Aguero defended Messi after he was widely criticised for his performance in PSG’s Champions League last 16 first leg match against Real Madrid.
"Leo played well, he broke lines. I'm not saying that because he's a friend, but because he played hard. He was good and very active, " said Aguero.
"In France, magazines and newspapers killed him. They are a**holes. I had an interview scheduled with a French magazine, but I said: 'No, because I support Leo Messi. Period. So goodbye, see you soon.' Now I'm angry."
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