David Silva leaves Manchester City a legend.
He played his final Premier League game for the club last month and will bring the curtain down on his decade in England by featuring against Real Madrid in the Champions League.
That will be his last dance in a Man City shirt, having won four titles, two FA Cups and five League Cups.
Champions League glory will signal the perfect end to his time at the Etihad and some do have Pep Guardiola's side down as favourites.
But whatever happens - if they win the trophy or not - Silva will leave a legend.
So what's next for the Spanish midfielder? If reports are to be believed, he could be on his way to Italy.
According to Tuttosport, Lazio have tabled Silva a deal worth £52,000-per-week and have also thrown in a number of other benefits.
Should the free agent sign with them, he'll be given his own private jet and an 'eloquent' house in the heart of Rome - on top of his weekly wage.
But, even that might not be enough to secure his signature.
He reportedly wants a weekly wage of around £86,000 to make the move.
Is a private jet and a luxury home in the centre of Rome not enough for you, David? And that's on top of £52,000-per-week.
But, after the career he's had, Silva can probably get away with demanding a fairly high wage.
If Lazio don't want to pay it, there's a good chance a team in the MLS, or maybe even China, would.
It will certainly be interesting to see where the Man City legend ends up.
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