The German player will be serving for two seasons, which means he will stay at the club till June 30, 2025, with the option of remaining for another year. His buyback clause is also set at 400 million euros.
Gundogan departs the City Football Group (CFG) owned team after leading the English club to Premier League, FA Cup and UEFA Champions League crowns last season, capping up a spectacular seven-year stay in England in which he won 14 trophies, notably five league titles.
Gundogan established himself as an ideal candidate for the big occasion at City, particularly in the past two seasons when he scored important goals that helped City win multiple trophies. In his career at Manchester City, Gundogan has taken field for more than 300 games and has netted 60 goals.