There were records broken across the league, mostly from champions Manchester City, who have scored the most goals, picked up the most wins and could still win the most points in a season among many others.
Sterling controversially joined City from Liverpool in the summer of 2015 and will see his present deal at the Etihad Stadium expire following the 2019/20 season. "My desire is it will not happen, but I don't know. Of course people are going to be happy to get more money, but, for me, that's not my point of view".
"It's happened many times in these press conferences and I said maybe a thousand times Sergio is going to stay until he decides, "My time here is over"". I'm proud of this and the kids are going to remember me and it will stay a long long time.
However, the Argentine remained at the club and profited from the mid-season injury of the Brazilian, netting 30 goals in 39 games across all competitions.More news: After "crazy hard" development, SpaceX's Block 5 rocket has taken flight
Meanwhile, City are expected to begin talks with winger Raheem Sterling over a new contract this summer.
We're also not saying it's the wrong choice to make, as there's no denying the 23-year-old is by far the best left-back, when fully fit, at Deschamps' disposal.
Guardiola said: "The club, the chairman and myself want him to stay as long as possible".
Pep Guardiola's team last month sealed the title with five matches to spare and are now a whopping 20 points ahead of nearest challengers Manchester United.More news: Indian Supreme Court refuses to order probe into Bollywood actor's death
"But, in terms of statistics and numbers, this season we were the best and that's why we are so satisfied". Now we are going to change some details with Yaya [Toure] leaving. David Silva has two years more, Vincent Kompany, I don't know, but Kevin is the youngest one. The Gunners could still end the season pointless away from home in 2018 after Vardy netted his sixth goal in six games against Wenger to help condemn them to defeat. He connects perfectly with the way we want to play in this team.
Spurs capitalised on Chelsea's slip-up to ensure they will have Champions League football for a third consecutive campaign.
The champions will arrive at St Mary's in devastating form, looking to become the first ever Premier League side to break the 100 point barrier and add another record to what has been a simply remarkable campaign. We've seen it with other players who have been able to juggle family staying in England while they play in Scotland so there's a precedent there.More news: Traders Look To Replace Iranian Crude Oil As Sanctions Loom Again