Pep Guardiola's all-time best starting XI from when he was at Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Manchester City has been revealed.
The Spaniard has enjoyed trophy-laden success at all three clubs and is widely considered one of the best managers in the world right now.
Now, 90min has decided to whittle down the selection to the 11 players that would make the City boss' all-time XI.
The publication's team, which presumably lines up in a 4-3-3 formation, has 34-year-old German shot-stopper Manuel Neuer between the sticks.
Ahead of Neuer is the formidable centre-back pairing of Barcelona legend Carles Puyol and Barca star Gerard Pique.
Dani Alves is out at right-back and Bayern's David Alaba has been named as the left-back.
Pushing into the three-man midfield are Barcelona legends Xavi and Andres Iniesta alongside Sergio Busquets.
It is no surprise Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi is in the trident attack force with fellow Argentina international Sergio Aguero.
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However, one of the more controversial picks is Raheem Sterling being named ahead of the likes of David Villa, Pedro, Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery.
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