PHIL FODEN has signed a new six-year deal with Manchester City, according to reports.
And he set to earn a huge pay-rise.
According to The Daily Mail, the 22-year-old City academy graduate has penned a brand new long-term contract with the club, which will expire in June 2028.
The deal will see him earn more than quadruple the £30,000-week contract he signed in 2018, making him one of the highest-paid young stars in world football.
Foden continued to impress for Man City last season.
In 45 appearances for The Sky Blues, he scored 14 goals and assisted 11.
His consistent performances also earned him a second PFA Young Player of the Year award.
The England international is expected to play a more important role in Pep Guardiola’s squad next season following the departures of Raheem Sterling and Gabriel Jesus.
After seven years at the Etihad Stadium, Sterling left Man City last month to join Chelsea in a deal worth £47.5m.
Meanwhile, Jesus made a £45million move to Arsenal.
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Both players were key to Guardiola’s attack, but the Spaniard will have no issue with Foden stepping in to fill the voids.
So far this summer, City have also lost Oleksandr Zinchenko, who joined Arsenal in a deal worth £32m, along with numerous young stars including CJ Egan-Riley, Romeo Lavia and Gavin Banuzu.
But, the club have introduced four new players in Erling Haaland, Kalvin Phillips, Julian Alvarez and Stefan Ortega.