Pablo Zabalata has given his final CityTV interview ahead of his exit from Manchester City this summer.
The Argentine full-back’s nine-year stay in the city is coming to an end after Sunday’s final game of the season against Watford.
He’s at the end of his contract and will have to find opportunities elsewhere after Pep Guardiola decided to explore other options at right back.
And Zabaleta’s exit should be an emotional one for both the players, his team-mates and the supporters.
In his time at the Etihad, he’s won two Premier League titles, an FA Cup, two League Cups and had numerous runs in the Champions League.
He’s a fans’ favourite for his never-say-die attitude to defending and those supporters will no doubt find it difficult watching Zabaleta speaking to CityTV for the last time:
Zabaleta hasn’t yet made any comment about who he’ll be playing for next season, but he’s only 32 and appears to have plenty in the tank.
He’s made 31 appearances under Pep Guardiola this term and could definitely offer something good to another team in England or in Europe.