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Manchester City's home kit for the forthcoming season has apparently been leaked - and it contains a subtle tribute to Sergio Aguero.
City's record goalscorer is leaving the club this summer after 10 years - and next season's new Puma shirt (as leaked by Footy Headlines) contains a salute to the most celebrated of all of his goals.
Placed on the inside back of the sky-blue jersey, reads the numbers: 93:20. That is the exact moment in stoppage time when Aguero scored against QPR to famously seal the Premier League for City in 2012, denying Manchester United the title in the last game of the season.
On closer inspection, the '10' on the last two digits are transparent - a clear nod to Aguero's shirt number while at the club.
The end of next season marks 10 years since that iconic "Aguerooooo!" moment, so it makes sense that this would be the perfect time to pay homage - especially with the Argentine striker due to bid farewell as a legend of the club.
The new home shirt has a deep V-neck, white panels at the side and - despite the speculation that City's shirt sponsorship deal with Etihad might be coming to an end - the sponsor is present on the leaked images.
The destination of the departing Aguero, who's scored 257 goals in 385 games for Man City, is still to be confirmed.
The 32-year-old has been consistently linked with a move to Barcelona, as he is a close friend of international teammate Lionel Messi.
Aguero has also been linked with a move within the Premier League, with Chelsea, Leeds United and a shock move to City rivals Manchester United all rumoured.
However a move away from England's top flight seems to be the preferred option for the player.
But no matter where Aguero ends up, it seems City will be playing with a little bit of 'Kun' magic on their shirts next season.
Featured image credit: PA Images/Footy Headlines
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