Kevin De Bruyne has signed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at Manchester City until 2025, the Premier League club reported on Wednesday.
The Belgium global, whose current deal was expected to lapse in 2023, is 30 in June and now watches set to see out a large portion of the rest of his profession at the Etihad Stadium.
De Bruyne has had a sparkling spell since joining the club from Wolfsburg in 2015, winning seven significant prizes, which could ascend to 11 before the finish of the period if City are fruitful in their chase for the fourfold.
“I was unable to be more joyful,” said De Bruyne. “Since joining Manchester City in 2015, I have felt comfortable. I love the fans, my family are settled here in Manchester and my own game has grown truly well.
“This football club is intended for progress. It offers me all I require to amplify my exhibition, so marking this agreement was a direct choice.
“I’m playing the best football of my profession and I sincerely feel there is something else entirely to come.”
He said he and administrator Pep Guardiola had a similar football reasoning.
“Having that relationship with a chief is so imperative to me in light of the fact that our goals are completely adjusted, and we need exactly the same things,” he said.
City overseer of football Txiki Begiristain hailed De Bruyne as perhaps the best part in world football.
“His exhibition level has been astoundingly reliable since coming to City, and over the most recent couple of years he has formed into one of the game’s tip top players,” he said.
“His ability is verifiable — yet he is additionally a quintessential expert whose commitment to Manchester City during his time here has been out and out momentous.”