Manchester City's first two signings of the summer will both sit next to members of the team's leadership group in the home dressing room at the Etihad.
City have moved early to secure Ferran Torres from Valencia and Nathan Ake from Bournemouth and the pair will take their place for games in the Blues' state-of-the-art facility at the stadium that was redeveloped in 2017. The space was made round to prevent any cliques developing with a unifying message wrapping above the heads of the players.
As part of the introduction to the club, the two latest Blues were shown where they will sit in the dressing room.
Torres, signed to fill the gap left by Leroy Sane in the squad, will take the seat that the Germany international had to the left of one of the club captains Kevin De Bruyne.
To the left of Torres will be fellow newcomer Ake, where Fabian Delph sat before his move to Everton last year.
And on the other side of Ake in the centre of the group will be another captain in the squad in Fernandinho.
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Reflecting on his move from Bournemouth, Ake told the club website: "After having spent four years at Bournemouth, especially with my age now of 25 it is the perfect time for me to make the next step and to improve more and learn more.
"This was the right place to do it. To be able to do it at a place like this is the best feeling ever."