Manchester City’s cloudy-eyed triple heroes have landed in the UK after their 12-hour trip to Ibiza.
Erling Haaland and Co were pictured leaving their flight at Manchester Airport on Monday with the players returning in time for their trophy parade later in the afternoon.
Jack Grealish was seen wearing the same shirt he wore the night before as he left the plane – with the party set to continue on English shores.
Their return to Manchester comes after a number of City players booked an entire floor of the luxurious Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel for their whirlwind trip to the party island.
Mail Sport revealed the whirlwind 12-hour visit to Ibiza on Monday morning as the City stars celebrated their Treble triumph.
Jack Grealish (left) is pictured wearing the same shirt as the night before as the Manchester City stars returned home from their whirlwind trip to Ibiza
Kyle Walker (right) and Rodri (left) share a laugh as they leave their flight on Monday
City stars pose for a group photo on the stairs as they make their way to the arrivals lounge
Haaland and Grealish are believed to have been among a large group of treble football stars who chartered a private jet from Manchester to Ibiza on Sunday night shortly after landing in the UK from Istanbul following their Champions League victory.
But City’s visit could be a little awkward for Manchester United star Lisandro Martinez, who has been staying at the same resort.
Kevin De Bruyne, Ilkay Gundogan and Stefan Ortega are known to have stayed in Britain and were pictured having dinner with City staff at Tattu Chinese restaurant in Manchester on Sunday evening.
Those who flew to Ibiza will need to be back in Manchester on Monday night with Pep Guardiola’s side ready to parade their three trophies to the fans in an open top bus.
Reports in Spain said players who flew to Ibiza chose the adults-only Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel in the resort town of Playa d’en Bossa.
It is considered one of the most famous beach dance clubs and can accommodate 7,000 partygoers.
Manchester City’s treble winners continued their celebrations at the Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel in the resort town of Playa d’en Bossa
Exclusive £550-a-night Ibiza resort features DJ sets from some of the best in the world
Calvin Harris recently played a set at the Ushuaia Ibiza resort
Manchester United star Lisandro Martinez (left) is on holiday with friends at the resort
Erling Haaland was photographed in local newspaper articles as Manchester City celebrated their treble success with a whirlwind trip to Ibiza
Poolside parties feature world-class DJs, with David Guetta due to perform later on Monday.
The club usually starts parties in the afternoon and ends around midnight before revelers head to one of the large nightclubs nearby.
The hotel, which has 415 luxury rooms, advertises itself online as the hotel that changed Ibiza.
The services offered by the hotel include DJing master classes and two luxury boats to “sail the coast of Ibiza”.
A superior double room for Monday night for two arrived on the website at midday at £546.
A large group of Manchester City treble winners continued the party by chartering a plane to Ibiza after returning from the Champions League final in Istanbul.
Victory over Inter Milan completed a famous hat-trick for Pep Guardiola’s Man City side
City completed the treble by beating Inter Milan in the Champions League final on Saturday
A suite, twice the size of the Superior Double Room, with a dramatic see-through bath and furnished terrace plus a ‘sensual’ double rain shower, was on offer at £636.
Lionel Messi and his friend Luis Suarez let loose at the Ushuaia club in June last year with their wives on a night out while vacationing at a £250,000 mansion on a private island in the off the north coast of Ibiza.
The hotel has yet to comment on the reported Man City stay.
Guardiola and his team returned to the city on Sunday after their spectacular 1-0 victory over Inter Milan who won the Champions League, with Europe’s major trophy after the Premier League and FA Cup in the Etihad cabinet .
From Atatürk Stadium, the group headed to their hotel for an evening with striker Erling Haaland entertaining on the DJ decks.
The festivities continued until 8 a.m. Many wore sunglasses as they disembarked from their flight in Manchester with their trophy.
However, it looks like some have managed a second wind – jumping on another flight for a back-to-back night of celebrations.
The parade gates open at 5 p.m. and City players are expected on stage from 7:30 p.m.
It is understood the group received club clearance for the trip with strict instructions that they had to be back well before the parade.
Guardiola and his team will depart in an open top bus from Tonman Street, Deansgate at around 6.30pm.
Jack Grealish led the party as Manchester City celebrated in Istanbul on Saturday night after the final
Grealish rapped to hard-hitting disco music as Manchester City celebrated the treble
Grealish and Haaland pictured with the European Cup on their flight home from Istanbul
Jack Grealish was still in his Manchester City kit the night after the Champions League final
The bus will pass through St Mary’s Gate, Cross Street and King Street before terminating at the corner of Princess Street and Portland Street.
A live show will take place on Oxford Street, with entertainment starting at 5.30pm, and the players will take the stage around 7.30pm.
City returned from Turkey on Sunday afternoon to be greeted by flag-waving fans at Manchester Airport.
The players posed for photos with the European Cup during their flight, and the trophy even made its way to the pilots in the cockpit.
Jack Grealish, who apparently remained in his game kit on Saturday’s all-nighter after singing “Everywhere” by Fleetwood Mac in the locker room, was seen using the onboard intercom.
Arriving at their hotel from Ataturk Stadium at 3 a.m., the City players, staff and their families partied until dawn.
Grealish led the celebrations, which were held on an open-air terrace at the JW Marriott hotel in Istanbul, where rooms cost £1,600 a night.
The England star could be seen rapping as a DJ played hard-hitting disco music in the background.
Erling Haaland posted a photo of himself on his Instagram smoking a huge cigar
Grealish used the plane’s intercom en route to Turkey, to Stones’ amusement
John Stones took the trophy to the cockpit, where the pilots posed with
As dawn broke around 4.30am, a video clip showed the players still going strong as they celebrated their historic achievement.
The players slept for just three hours before boarding the coach for their flight back to Manchester in an Etihad Airways plane painted in the club’s blue and white colours.
Grealish could be seen with his head sticking out of a window on the roof of the bus as fans cheered and cheered as they left.
Erling Haaland posted a picture of himself on his Instagram smoking a huge cigar while later shared one of him and Grealish with blue face paint adding: “Love this guy. “