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The 18-year-old playmaker is now contracted to the Club until 2024.
Foden, a lifelong City fan, has been with the Blues since the age of eight, gradually rising through the junior ranks and Academy teams until he was promoted to the senior team during the 2016/17 campaign when he was named as an unused sub against Celtic.
Foden travelled to the US with City for the pre-season tour and impressed in the friendlies against Manchester United and Real Madrid, resulting in boss Pep Guardiola stating: “It’s a long time since I saw something like this. His performance was another level. He’s 17-years-old, he’s a City player, he grew up in the Academy, he loves the Club, he’s a City fan and for us he’s a gift.”
Foden drew national attention in October 2017, scoring twice in the FIFA Under-17 World Cup final against Spain and won the coveted Golden Ball award as England became Under-17s world champions.
The Stockport-born teenager then made his City debut in November 2017, replacing Yaya Toure against Feyenoord and became the fourth-youngest English player to appear in the Champions League.
His Premier League debut soon followed, coming off the bench against Spurs last December.
Foden won his first senior medal when he appeared as a sub for Sergio Aguero in the Carabao Cup victory over Arsenal at Wembley, and the following May, he became the youngest recipient of a Premier League winner’s medal.
“He is an outstanding talent and he is Manchester City born and bred so this is where he wants to play his football.
“Under Pep and with the players we have here around him, he is in the best place possible to develop as a player.”
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