Manchester City will honour David Silva with a statue at their Etihad Stadium.
In addition to the statue, a training pitch with mosaic will also be dedicated to the playmaker at the City Football Academy, and he will have a similar one to take home.
Silva played his last match for City in their 3-1 Champions League loss to Lyon on Saturday night to end his 10-year-stay on a sad note.
He has however had memorable moments over the years at Etihad, becoming a club legend in the process.
The Spaniard joined the Manchester club from Valencia 10 years ago, and after 434 games, 77 goals, and four league titles, he has played his last for City.
The Spanish magician became the first player since Paul Power 34 years ago to enter the top 10 on City’s all-time appearance list, while his 70 appearances in European competition is a Club record.
Chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has revealed plans for a tribute statue to @21LVA to be installed outside the Etihad, while a training pitch with bespoke mosaic will also be dedicated to El Mago at the City Football Academy.
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