Yaya has interesting offers (but not from City)

Yaya has interesting offers (but not from City)

Zabaleta's departure after nine years was confirmed on Saturday evening after the fan favourite decided not to seek a new deal at the end of the campaign, and the club will mark his service, following the final home game of the season against West Brom, with video montages, tributes and a post-match presentation.

"His impact here was incredible, he was the first player to come here and he helped make this club what it is right now", Guardiola told a news conference.

"At the moment, we have consistency", Wenger said.

Pablo Zabaleta's farewell is likely to garner much of the attention as Manchester City host West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday, but Pep Guardiola's side still have work to do to secure a Champions League place.

He was also key on the right flank as City won the 2011-12 Premier League title, and by the time they won the prize again in 2013-14, Zabaleta had cemented his status as one of the best full-backs in the division.

"The club had got a buzz about it that it hasn't had for a long time, at least not since I've been at the club". He has helped the club to where it is right now. We play for a lot of important things, so they have to come to support us more than ever and to express the gratitude to one of the most important players in the whole history of Manchester City.

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But his 77th-minute penalty, despite beating Willy Caballero, was correctly ruled out after City's players realised Mahrez had slipped while striking the ball and inadvertently made an illegal double contact.

"Pablo is a real legend in what he has done in this club", he said.

"If we didn't play for anything it would be different".

The Spain worldwide told City's official website following a 2-1 victory over reigning champions Leicester: "The final weeks of the season have been tough, but we could win against Leicester and I'm very happy for these three important points".

Arsene Wenger's side are now a point behind Liverpool, who occupy the fourth and final Champions League spot, and three points below third-place Manchester City. "If you needed to go to war in the big games, you knew you had Zabba with you". "There's been times throughout the season when I felt we deserved more but didn't get any luck".

"Now what I want are more trophies for the club".

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