Vincent Kompany will leave Premier League champions Manchester City, with the defender ending his career at the club after winning a domestic treble.
Kompany had an 11-year spell at Manchester City, winning 10 major trophies, including four Premier League titles.
The 33-year-old Belgian will now head back to his homeland, to join his boyhood club Anderlecht as player-manager on a three-year contract.
Anderlecht is Belgium’s most successful club, having won the league title 34 times.
My captain, my captain @VincentKompany leaves Manchester City #mancity https://t.co/4lbs8eubxX— Manchester City (@ManCity) 19 May 2019
My captain, my captain @VincentKompany leaves Manchester City #mancity https://t.co/4lbs8eubxX
BREAKING NEWS: #Theprinceisback. #COYM #RSCA. Stay tuned pic.twitter.com/pcb7A7pzd5— RSC Anderlecht (@rscanderlecht) 19 May 2019
BREAKING NEWS: #Theprinceisback. #COYM #RSCA. Stay tuned pic.twitter.com/pcb7A7pzd5
(Featured Image: Twitter/Vincent Kompany)