Manchester City's stars pose for their Champions League portraits ahead of Saturday's final
Manchester City stars and their manager Pep Guardiola have posed for their official portraits ahead of their Champions League final against Inter Milan on Saturday.
City are just one win away from becoming only the second English team to win the Treble after having already completed the Premier League and FA Cup double.
Erling Haaland struck a calm pose for the camera while Jack Grealish showed off his signature goal-scoring celebration in one pose, before erupting into an exuberant roar.
Each City player donned the clubs sky blue home jersey while Guardiola kept it simple - and characteristically casual - with a black hoodie and cargo pants which he finished off with white trainers.
The images show a confident mood in the camp, despite the pressure all are sure to be under at the Ataturk Olympic stadium.
Man City's goal machine Erling Haaland stays just as cool in front of the camera as he does when he's bearing down on goal
Jack Grealish shows off his trademark celebration Man City have grown used to after his most productive season at the Etihad
Grealish, who joined City for 100m, also roared for the camera as he looks to play a vital role in helping his side to a Treble
Kevin De Bruyne looks at complete ease as he prepares to compete in his second Champions League final on Saturday night
Ilkay Gndoan, arguably City's best player in the final month of the season, is only the Champions League from his collection
Phil Foden shows off his unbelievable technique by juggling the ball while right-back Kyle Walker strikes a confident pose
Midfield anchored Rodri looks certain to start on Saturday having been a surprise omission in 2021's final defeat to Chelsea
Pep Guardiola looks like the coolest man in the room after steering his side to the cusp of an historic treble-winning season
Ruben Dias displays his toughness ahead of what is sure to be a physical tussle with Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martnez
Bernardo Silva can't wait for the action to get underway while John Stones remains relaxed after his best season at the Etihad
Goalkeeper Ederson tightens the gloves used in helping City to concede the fewest goals in the Champions League this term
Manuel Akanji, who has played 47 games in all competitions, has been a big hit in Manchester after signing from Dortmund
Riyad Mahrez has been involved in 28 goals this seasons including three goals and two assists in the Champions League
Julian Alvarez looks in a cheerful mood alongside his now fully fit team mare Kalvin Phillips, who could still be called upon
Aymeric Laporte has fallen out of the City starting XI this season in favour of John Stones playing in a hybrid defensive role
Nathan Ake could add the Champions League to the Europa League title he won in 2013 while he was playing at Chelsea