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Khaldoon Al Mubarak and Pep Guardiola pose with the Premier League trophy

Khaldoon Al Mubarak and Pep Guardiola pose with the Premier League trophy

In terms of worldwide acclaim the list of Manchester City greats isn't overly extensive, yet David Silva easily fits into that category, and the Spaniard has admitted that it was his parents' divorce that made clear to him it was time to leave Spain for England back in 2010.

"For City, two more seasons - what's left on my contract", said Silva.

Interestingly, Las Palmas were relegated from Spanish topflight last campaign, but Silva's main concern heading home is more of family reason than football.

According to a UK Sun report, the 32-year-old midfielder prefers his baby boy Mateo to spend his formative years in his motherland of Gran Canaria. I've always said that I'd like to play for Las Palmas - my local team. It depends how I feel physically and mentally. The important thing is Raheem and his people know how delighted we are with him.

"I'd like [Mateo] to grow up where I'm from".

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"Manchester City really wanted me, joining them was one of the best decisions of my life".

Can someone please go and let the Premier League, the FA, UEFA, FIFA and the Court for Arbitration of Sport no about this please and help get the title taken off of City.

The England forward is expected to be back in action for City against Fulham this weekend after missing the Three Lions' clashes with Spain and Switzerland over the past week with a slight back injury.

During a year ago, in which the club registered a record £500.5m turnover and a profit of £10m as Pep Guardiola's team swept to the Premier League title, Mansour nevertheless invested a further £58m in return for new shares.

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