David Silva might have played his last game for Manchester City as he considers his future amid a huge offer from Qatar.
The Spanish midfielder has reportedly been offered a massive £12 million, two-year deal to join a club in the Middle East.
He could have played his last match for City following nine trophy-laden seasons in England.
The 33-year-old has won the lot in England. He's won four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and four League Cups during his illustrious spell.
Amid uncertainty surrounding Silva's future, City are already taking the necessary steps to replace his void should he leave Manchester this summer.
According to reports via Mail, Pep Guardiola has identified Youri Tielemans who enjoyed a superb stint at Leicester City in the second-half of last season, following his loan switch from AS Monaco in January.
The Belgium maestro was hugely influential for the Foxes, weighing in with goals and assists.
Naturally, following his heroics in the Premier League, he's alerted a host of clubs across Europe including City.
However, City face stiff competition. Manchester United and Tottenham are also believed to be keeping tabs on his situation, as well as Leicester who are desperate to secure his services on a permanent deal.
Tielemans made his name in Belgium with Anderlecht. He bagged 13 league goals the season before sealing a move to AS Monaco.
But it hasn't quite worked out in France hence the temporary move during the winter transfer market.
He has since his rebuilt his reputation with a big summer move on the cards.
Where will he be plying his trade next season? Let us know where you think.