Former Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has encouraged Inter’s Lautaro Martinez to keep working hard and find continuity in his career, according to a report in the American broadcast media.
Speaking during an interview with ESPN about Argentina’s current crop of strikers, via FCInternews, Sergio Aguero explained how Lautaro Martinez holds the ball up well but isn’t a pure number nine.
“He is a striker who holds the ball well and this helps Lionel Messi a lot. It’s not like me who tied the game anymore, he can make a difference upfront.”
He then encouraged Lautaro Martinez to keep working and playing the way that he is and also said that continuity is the most important thing to find in your career.
“I always tell him to keep working because football is treacherous: the secret is to have continuity. For example, I spent six or seven years as a reserve for the national team, even with Sabella.”
Sergio Aguero is one of the most successful strikers in the history of the Premier League and moved to Barcelona at the start of the season.
Unfortunately, he suffered from heart difficulties during his first season at the Camp Nou and was forced to retire earlier than planned.
He also played for Argentina for many years during his career.