Sergio Aguero has consistently performed for Manchester City over the course of his seven years at the club.
The Argentine striker became the club’s all-time leading scorer when he netted his 178th in November last year.
In the Premier League, Aguero has thrived, netting 143 times in 206 appearances in England’s top flight.
This season, though, questions have been raised over the long-term future of the 29-year-old at the Etihad Stadium.
Aguero has not always slotted well into Pep Guardiola’s style of football, and at times, had to play second fiddle to 21-year-old Gabriel Jesus.
Towards the end of the campaign, though, the former Atletico Madrid star had a regular spot in the setup, and by the final day of the season he was third in the list of top scorers with 21 goals.
Liverpool star Mohamed Salah took home the Golden Boot with 32 hits, while Tottenham Hotspur forward Harry Kane was second on 30.
The results indicated that City fans are not prepared to say goodbye.