Aleksandar Kolarov left Manchester City last year, but he remains loved by the supporters.
The left-back, who can also play in central defence, spent seven years at the North-West outfit before dropping down the pecking order under manager Pep Guardiola.
Kolarov, who has won seven trophies including two Premier League titles in his professional career, moved to Roma last year.
The 32-year-old remains a prominent figure in the Serbia dressing room, and he is currently with his nation in Russia for the World Cup.
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On Sunday, the left-back put in a man-of-the-match display to help Serbia earn a 1-0 victory over Group E opponents Costa Rica.
Kolarov scored the only goal of the fixture as he struck from a free kick, which he bent around the wall and into the top corner.
Unsurprisingly, City fans stood up and took notice of their former player, and some even called for the reigning English champions to bring him back.
Others just reminisced about Kolarov’s time at the club.