It's been quite a strange season for Sergio Aguero.
Manchester City have been the finest team in Europe so far, brushing aside all opposition, however, their Argentinian hitman has not really been at the forefront of the plaudits.
Aguero has still managed to score 15 goals in all competitions this season, but the likes of David Silva, Kevin de Bruyne and Raheem Sterling have earned much of the praise.
Pep Guardiola has also made some strange decisions regarding the Argentine, with the main one being his choice to leave him on the bench for the entirety of the Manchester derby - they did still win 2-1 at Old Trafford.
In the long-term, the boss clearly prefers Brazilian prodigy Gabriel Jesus and Aguero's future is certainly up in the air.
With Alexis Sanchez likely to join from Arsenal to bolster Guardiola's striking options, there is a real possibility that this could be his last season at the Etihad.
And, according to The Sun, Aguero has decided what he plans to do at the end of 2017/18.
Instead of looking for a move to another one of Europe's big boys, City's record goal scorer will seek a move back to his first club, Independiente,
Aguero is viewed as a martyr at the Argentine club, with the money received for him from Atletico Madrid helping to refurbish the stadium.
Former vice-president of the club Carlos Sola said: “His transfer helped complete the stadium.
“Kun only played here for a few years but all the people here think he is a club great.
“Fans know what he has done for the club and when he comes back he is a supporter of the club, one of them.”
It would be a shame to see a player who clearly still has a lot more to give the Premier League return home, but you have to respect his commitment to the team that helped make him become the player he is today.
They actually gave him his professional debut as a 15-year-old.