PHIL FODEN will collect a staggering £6million bonus on top of his treble-your-money new deal.
The forward is ready to sign fresh terms with Manchester City on a six-year contract worth a basic £200,000 a week — as SunSport revealed last month.
But that is only a part of the huge cash bonanza he stands to bank over the duration of his new agreement.
Foden, 22, will collect a cool £3m as soon as he puts pen to paper — and the same again staggered over the rest of the deal.
A series of incremental pay hikes of around £25,000 a week over each year will eventually take his pay close to £350k a week — an eye- watering £18m in the final 12 months.
And the England ace can hit more jackpots if he triggers a string of other success-related clauses.
Foden is in line for a £150,000 bonus if he is nominated for the Ballon d’Or — £300k if he wins.
A similar amount is on offer for winning the Premier League Player of the Year, while appearing in 60 per cent of City’s games next season returns another decent pay day.
Foden’s immediate pay is still well behind the £375,000 weekly salary of Kevin De Bruyne and Erling Haaland.
But City have worked hard on the heavily-incentivised deal to recognise the Stockport-born star’s elevated status.
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At the moment Foden earns a basic wage of around £65,000, but has become a key figure for both club and country – and Etihad top brass were keen to acknowledge that.
City have raised more than £220m in outgoings since January, which has also seen Riyad Mahrez and Rodri pen new deals recently.