Manchester City midfielder David Silva will reportedly be given a testimonial match next year to mark his service at the club.
Silva has been a key member at the Etihad Stadium since 2010, netting a total of 71 goals from 386 appearances in all competitions following a £26m move from Valencia.
However, the Spaniard has previously suggested that he wants to finish his career back in his homeland with Las Palmas, a club based near where he began his youth career at San Francisco.
The Sun claims that City will now reward Silva - whose contract expires next summer - with a testimonial match at the club's home ground.
The Premier League champions are doing the same for Vincent Kompany in September as the Belgian moves into management with his previous team Anderlecht.