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Two Manchester City legends invited to Etihad Stadium final day ahead of potential Premier League title lift



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Manchester City have reportedly invited two of their recent club legends to the Etihad Stadium for the upcoming Premier League final day against West Ham United.

It comes after David Silva made an emotional return to the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon, present for Manchester City’s 5-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League.

The legendary Spanish playmaker’s visit to the north-west of England was his first return to Manchester City since leaving the club at the end of the 2019/2020 season, joining Real Sociedad for the remainder of his top-level playing career.

However, last Saturday may not be Manchester City supporters’ only glimpse of David Silva at the Etihad Stadium this season, with the Spaniard reportedly receiving a second invite to his former home alongside a fellow club legend.

That is according to the information of Manchester City insider ‘Tolmie’s Hairdoo’ on X, who reports that both David Silva and Sergio Aguero have been invited back to attend their Premier League final day encounter against West Ham, if the top-flight title is still within reach.

Manchester City know that should they win their remaining two away fixtures in the Premier League – against Fulham and Tottenham in a four-day period – then they will have the chance to win the top-flight crown for a fourth successive season with a win over West Ham.

Sergio Aguero has made visits to see his former home and his Manchester City teammates in recent seasons since leaving the club for FC Barcelona in 2021, joining the club in Istanbul for their UEFA Champions League crowning moment against Inter last season.

During his time with Manchester City, David Silva recorded a staggering 436 appearances across all competitions, scoring 77 goals over a 10-season stay and registering 134 assists in that time.

As for Aguero, the Argentine striker made 390 appearances for Manchester City having joined the club the season after the aforementioned midfielder, winning one trophy more than the Spaniard with 14 titles to his name, and scoring a club-record 260 goals across 10 seasons.