According to a report by the Daily Mail, Manchester City are open to a sensational return for Pablo Zabaleta in a non-playing role after his retirement last week.
The Argentine, who is adored by many City supporters the world over, was given a glorious send-off back in 2017 after nearly ten years at the Etihad Stadium.
Should Man City welcome a return for Pablo Zabaleta?
Absolutely, non negotiable, bring him home
Rewarded with a lifelong season card and the respect of many fans, Citizens may not be seeing the last of ‘Zaba’ according to the Daily Mail, with chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak allegedly contemplating his second coming. He even stated in the past that Zabaleta would always be welcomed back and tipped the 35-year-old to one day become a top manager.
The likes of Joleon Lescott and Patrick Vieira have taken up roles at the club since ending their playing days at the Etihad, with Zabaleta now potentially tipped to do the same. As a result, many Sky Blues have been going wild over this development and are ‘buzzing’ over the prospect of his return.
Find all of their best verdicts from Twitter here:
Make it happen. The energy this guy brings to the etihad was and is unmatched
— Patrick (@agueroooooo9320) October 19, 2020
Would b buzzing to have Zaba back pic.twitter.com/c6JTXsx88i
— TJ- Dazzling Dias (@MCFCTJ75) October 19, 2020
Get him back asap
— Davidg (@Davidg17480019) October 19, 2020
— Chris (@kalongochris) October 19, 2020
Khaldoon did say there would always be a job for him at the Club !!
— Michael Lofthouse (@MichaelLofthou5) October 19, 2020
Please I beg
— 🇧🇼 (@sunshiiiyyyneee) October 19, 2020
I hope this is true, bring him home 🙌🙌 https://t.co/5C0mmfDlYe
— Dan (@Dan96591498) October 19, 2020
Blues, would you take ‘Zaba’ back at the Etihad in a non-playing role? Have your say in the comments section below…
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