Manchester City will pay tribute to Sergio Aguero’s legendary goalscoring feats with their 2021-22 home shirt.
The Argentine called time on his decade at the Etihad at the end of the season, after becoming the club’s all-time record score with 260 goals.
And, according to The Sun, City will show that the striker will never be forgotten with a kit design harking back to their 2012 Premier League title triumph.
Pep Guardiola’s men will don their sky blue shirts and matching shorts next season, according to a leak from Footy Headlines.
The combination has not proved overly popular with fans online but is the same colour scheme that the team wore when claiming their first league crown in 44 years almost a decade ago.
Aguero heroically secured the title with a 94th-minute strike against Queens Park Rangers on the final day.
And the exact time of his goal, 93:20, features on the inside of the collar.
The ’10’ on the digital clock design is also shaded in tribute to Aguero’s shirt number.
The pattern is seen across the shirt, which features a digital clock-esque texture and white trim under the arm.
The Puma kit is expected to be officially announced on July 16.
City fans responding to the leak were unsure about the blue-and-blue combo but enjoyed the history behind the concept nonetheless.