David Silva will not extend his Manchester City deal beyond the end of next season, paving the way for his departure in 12 months’ time.
The midfielder wants to fulfil a lifelong dream of ending his playing days at local club Las Palmas.
His exit next year would mark the end of a decade of service at the Etihad Stadium that has been littered with trophies.
David Silva is set to end his 10 year career at Manchester City in 12 months’ time
And it would earn him a testimonial, according to The Sun.
The 33-year-old joined for £26m from Valencia in 2010 and has lifted four Premier League titles, two FA Cups and four League Cups in that time.
After lifting the domestic treble this season, 2019-20 will see Silva attempt to finally claim European glory in his City swansong.
Silva is closing in on 400 appearances for City in nine years at the club.
He has scored 70 goals in 395 games in total.
Silva joined City back in 2010 and has won four Premier League titles and two FA Cups