When all is said and done, there will be few greater players in the history of Manchester City than Vincent Kompany.
Kompany, 32, has made 347 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 19 goals, since moving to the Etihad Stadium in the summer of 2008, with the player now in his 11th season with City.
During his spell, Kompany has won three Premier League titles, three League Cups and the FA Cup, being captain for all of the successes aside from the FA Cup win over Stoke when Carlos Tevez was skipper.
However, it seems the Belgian’s time at the Etihad Stadium could be coming to a close sooner rather than later. The defender is in the final six months of his current contract with the club, while John Stones and Aymeric Laporte seem to have established themselves as the club’s long-term partnership.
On the current contract situation, manager Pep Guardiola said: "He's incredible but the reality is in the last five years he's played few, really few.
"So that is the situation we have to put on the table and the club will discuss it with his agent and make the best decision for both.
"We don't have any doubts about his quality - we miss him when he is not able to play.
"He's important, he is our captain and on the field he gives us extra that few central defenders around the world can give us."