The 29-year-old defender has three years running on his contract agreement he signed in 2015, however has been rewarded for a fine season up until now.
Nicolas Otamendi has signed a two-year contract extension with Manchester City, Goal reported.
The 29-year-old has turned into a vital piece of Pep Guardiola’s side this season and he has been rewarded for his fine performances as of late. He has started all matches except two of City’s games over the Premier League and Champions League, scoring five goals in his 23 appearances.
He is the most recent star who has renew his contract with the club ahead of next summer’s World Cup in a bid to ward off interest from Europe’s top clubs.
Gabriel Jesus has likewise has also agreed a new contract extension until 2023 and will sign it in the coming weeks, while Kevin De Bruyne will sign his new agreement once City and his agent agree upon the valuation of his image rights.
Otamendi, as Fernandinho, has officially signed his agreement.
The Argentina defender had signed a five-year bargain when he signed for City in 2015, and has now expanded his stay until 2022.
Goal reported earlier this week that Fernandinho, whose contract was due to expire in the summer, has already put pen to paper on a one year extension, with the option for a further year.