With the latest reports suggesting that Sergio Aguero could announce his retirement, here are seven footballers who chose unique careers after retiring.
Manchester City’s record scorer left the Etihad at the end of 2020/21 campaign when he opted to join Barcelona on a two-year deal. However, Aguero recently found himself being rushed to hospital during Barca’s 1-1 draw with Alaves after suffering from chest pains and breathing difficulties.
New reports from the Mirror are stating that the Argentine was then diagnosed with a ‘cardiac arrhythmia’ and this is said to have seemingly ended the Argentine's career.
The British outlet goes on to claim that the forward is set to publicly announce his retirement later this week.
Scroll through the gallery to see seven footballers who chose unique jobs after retiring
With that said, one star who thrived after his career ended is Mathieu Flamini who is suggested to have a worth around the region of €14 billion (R249 billion) to €50 billion (R890 billion).
The former midfielder has many businesses including one with Mesut Ozil that helps fight against global warming.
Cameroon icon Samuel Eto’o officially filed his candidacy for the presidency of Cameroon Football Federation after revealing in September that he would be in the running for the role, saying it was "time to rebuild our football".
The 40-year-old believes he will help his nation’s federation be free from corruption amid recent reports accusing the Cameroon FA of being corrupt.
Another player who had a unique career choice after football is Sulley Muntari who started his own pimp my ride business. This was a car company that would help change standard motors look like a limited-edition car in the space of days.
A very similar concept to the popular MTV show “pimp my ride” that captivated many with their outrageous modifications.
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