Hertha Berlin have announced that they have secured a long-term deal with Manchester City youngster Javairo Dilrosun.
In 2014, Dilrosun left Ajax to make the switch to the Etihad Stadium but the midfielder has not been able to make the breakthrough into Pep Guardiola's plans.
That has resulted in Dilrosun opting to move to Germany at the end of his contract in the summer, and general manager Michael Preetz has acknowledged that he is delighted to have won the race to sign the Dutchman.
Preetz told the club's official website: "We have been watching him for a long time and followed his development closely. He has enjoyed a terrific tactical and technical education at Ajax and Man City and is a quick and excellent match player.
"We are delighted to have got his signature over a number of notable clubs and that he has chosen to come and prove himself at Hertha."
City will reportedly receive approximately £200,000 in compensation for the player.