The 2016/17 season may have only just ended – but attention is already turning to the new campaign.
And with Manchester City already active in the transfer market, it looks set to be an exciting summer at the Etihad Stadium.
Bernardo Silva has agreed to join the Club on July 1 when the transfer window officially open, with Pep Guardiola trying to assemble a side capable of making an impact in all four major competitions in 2017/18.
Before the new season gets under way, though, there are plenty of key dates to look out for. So here is a handy guide to everything you need to look out for over the coming weeks.
The preliminary list of all 380 Premier League fixtures are announced next week at 9am on June 14.
Many of them will be subject to change throughout the season once Sky and BT Sport have chosen which games they want to televise but we'll soon know who we play first, who we face during the Christmas period and what our run-in looks like.
1st: Transfer window opens
Clubs are already talking to players about potential transfers, but deals cannot be ratified until July 1 when the window officially opens.
Expect the gossip columns to go into overdrive when it does.
20th: Man City US Tour begins
City will tour the US this summer, taking in three matches along the way.
They are as follows:
20th: Manchester United in Houston
26th: Real Madrid in Los Angeles
29th: Tottenham in Nashville
Keep an eye on mancity.com over the summer for any further preseason tour announcements.
12th: Premier League season starts
The new Premier League seasons gets under way on the weekend of the August 12 and runs until Sunday May 13.
24th: Champions League group stage draw
Who will City face in the Champions League? It’s the Blues’ seventh consecutive campaign in Europe’s elite competition and Guardiola will be desperate to improve on last season's run to the last 16.
The group stage draw will be made on August 24 once the qualifying matches have been played, with City in Pot 2.
This year’s final will be played at NSK Olimpiyski in Kiev.
31st: Transfer window closes
On August 31 at 11pm the transfer window will slam shut...until January.