MANCHESTER CITY are ready to make their record goalscorer Sergio Aguero an ambassador for the club.
The Argentine forward was forced to retire last month at the age of 33 due to a previously undetected heart condition.
But City would love to get their legendary former star back on the payroll and are looking to make it happen.
The Premier League champions now have 1968 title winner Mike Summerbee as club ambassador.
Several other former stars such as Joleon Lescott, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Micah Richards also have some duties with them.
And where is Aguero, who is currently on vacation in Uruguay, will match has not yet been set.
In the spring, City announced that they would erect a statue of their former striker, who has scored 260 goals and won five Prem titles in 10 glittering years at the Etihad.
That looks set to be announced in the summer and along with tributes to his former teammates Vincent Kompany and David Silva.
Aguero is currently on vacation in his native South America.
He flew back to Argentina shortly after announcing his painful retirement in Barcelona on December 16.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/17232913/aguero-man-city-role-return/ Man City set to hand over role of record goalscorer Sergio Aguero after forced early retirement due to heart condition