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Manchester City star wears t-shirt featuring his own face to Premier League title party – Leaves with four-figure wine



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Images emerging from the aftermath of Manchester City’s boozy Premier League title party have revealed an outstanding t-shirt worn by one squad member.

Manchester City made it a record-breaking fourth consecutive Premier League title on Sunday afternoon with a 3-1 win over West Ham, to hold off stern competition from Liverpool but ultimately Arsenal on the final day.

It was a party atmosphere throughout the afternoon at the Etihad Stadium despite Kudus’ overhead kick to stun those in attendance, with Phil Foden’s brace and Rodri’s second-half strike sealing the victory.

Following the lifting of the Premier League trophy, Manchester City and club staff held a private party in the city centre into the early hours of Monday morning, with the organisation booking out Greek restaurant Fenix.

With photos and videos emerging from the evening in abundance across the media and social channels, one new capture has showcased a brilliant moment when one first-team star attempted to leave the venue at around 5AM.

As highlighted by The Telegraph, along with an accompanying photograph, Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson rocked up to the club’s Premier League title bash in a black T-shirt emblazoned with his own name and images of himself in green.

The Brazilian international, who was ruled out of action for the rest of the season last week through injury, was pictured leaving City’s party clutching a £1,280 bottle of Tignanello Antinori red win.

Ederson was not the only one to ensure he came away with top-range alcohol, as Portuguese midfielder Matheus Nunes also reportedly exited clutching two golden bottles of £700 Ace of Spades champagne.

While Ederson remains Manchester City undisputed first choice in goal, his future beyond the upcoming summer transfer window has fallen into uncertainty with interest growing from across the game.

A recent report suggested that the Brazilian international was subject to interest from the Saudi Pro League, with a number of clubs willing to make ‘ambitious’ moves for the shot-stopper at the peak of his powers.

Manchester City have shown a previous willingness to do business with Saudi Arabian clubs, with both Riyad Mahrez and Aymeric Laporte joining the division and bringing an end to a silverware-laden time at the Etihad Stadium.