ANGELINO has completed his permanent switch to RB Leipzig from Manchester City.
The left-back had been on loan with the Bundesliga club for a second consecutive season.
Boss Julian Nagelsmann opted to include a clause in the deal meaning his loan would become permanent if he made 12 appearances – with five in the second half of the season.
The Spaniard cost RB Leipzig a bargain £15.8million fee and his contract at the club will last until 2025.
Man City do have a buy-back clause for around £35m.
He has been a key figure under talented boss Nagelsmann making 29 appearances this season across all competitions.
Angelino has scored eight goals in total and assisted a further seven with his side sitting second in the league.
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He even helped put City's local rivals Manchester United out of the Champions League during Leipzig's 3-2 win in December.
Angelino was initially sold to PSV Eindhoven in the summer 2018 but then bought back by City for around £5.8 million a year later.
He managed just six league appearances over his two spells with Man City.
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