Aguero, 33, announced his retirement in December due to a heart problem, bringing the curtain down on an 18-year career in which he scored more than 400 goals.
The Argentine star said that the final details of this agreement with the Argentine Federation will be announced in the coming weeks, adding that he hopes to attend the final draw for the World Cup on the first of April.
“We still need to know the nature of this role, but I will be part of the support team in the World Cup,” Aguero told Argentine media.
He added, “I want to spend time with the players. I will be there with the national team. I have a very good relationship with the players. I want to be close to them and have fun with them. I want to find a way in which I can help the national team.”
Aguero scored 41 goals in 101 matches with the Argentina national team, with whom he participated in the World Cup finals 3 times and played a role in crowning the team with the Copa America Cup in 2021, the first title the team won in 28 years.
Argentina have already qualified unbeaten for the World Cup finals in Qatar and are second in the South American qualifiers, 4 points behind Brazil.