Manchester City have reached an agreement with Phil Foden over a new contract at the club, per reports from the Daily Mail.
The report states that the 22 year old will sign a 6 year contract with City, keeping at the Manchester club until 2028. The contract will also see him receive an improved salary as he’s expected to earn €225,000 weekly.
Phil Foden has been a boyhood City fan and grew within the City ranks. He became a main stay in the first team back in 2017/18 where he went on pre-season tour with the main squad and impressed massively. He made his competitive debut for Manchester City in November 2017 in a UCL match against Feyenoord and made his Premier League debut in a 4-1 victory over Spurs, aged 17.
The Englishman progressed rapidly and in no time became a main stay in the Man City squad and was a part of the team that led City to their first UCL final in 2020/21 as well as back to back league titles in 2017/18 – 2018/19 and also in 2020/21 – 2021/22. He has also won multiple trophies and awards with the club.
Manchester City and Pep Guardiola are delighted to have Foden continue with them while the player is also pleased to continue his chapter with his boyhood team which is why an agreement has been reached.