Manchester City will install statues honoring club icons Vincent Kompany and David Silva this week.
Former captain Kompany left the club in 2019 after 11 years in which he won the Premier League, League Cup, and FA Cup four times. Silva left last summer, adding another League Cup victory to Kompany's tally.
A third monument will be installed in 2022 in honor of all-time top goalscorer Sergio Aguero, who departed the club at the conclusion of last season following a decade-long relationship.
The sculptures of Kompany and Silva will be revealed before of Saturday's home game against Arsenal.
"The decision to honour the three players was based on their unparalleled contribution to the club's transformation over their combined 31 years at the club," City said in a statement.
Silva and Aguero are presently at Real Sociedad and Barcelona in La Liga, respectively, while Kompany is the manager of Belgian Pro League club Anderlecht.