Manchester City are into their first Champions League final, after toppling Paris Saint-Germain over two legs.
The Citizens won 4-1 on aggregate, and will meet either Chelsea or Real Madrid in Istanbul at the end of the month.
City already have one trophy in the bag in the form of the Carabao Cup, and will soon seal another Premier League title.
Then it remains to be seen if they can add the grandest prize of all.
Whatever happens, it’s been another remarkable season, and one that’s come despite the loss of some great players last year.
One such player was Leroy Sane, who departed the Etihad Stadium for a reported fee of around £54.8 million in total (BBC Sport).
Some fans expressed concern at the time, with Sane having shown himself to be a huge talent during his four years in England.
Even though he ultimately wanted to leave, it was felt his departure was going to sting, especially when the team was struggling in the opening weeks of the season.
But as things currently stand, the deal is looking like fantastic business by City.
City in a better place
Sane’s exit has arguably allowed the likes of Phil Foden and Riyad Mahrez to now become prominent figures at the Etihad Stadium.
The departure of one quality left-footer has seemingly allowed for the rise of two more, and the money received for Sane was also used to bring in Ferran Torres, who has the potential to be top-class.
And unfortunately for Sane he is yet to pull up trees at Bayern, which puts a further gloss on the transfer from a City perspective.