Fatih Terim has signed a new two-year deal with Galatasaray which will keep him in charge of the reigning Super Lig champions until 2021.
The Lions have the option to extend his contract by an additional three years.
Galatasaray released a statement confirming the agreement and revealed that Terim will be paid 18m TL which works out approximately £2.5m.
Terim is the most successful manager in Turkish football history lifting eight Super Lig titles, three Turkish Cup trophies, four Turkish Super Cups and UEFA Cup.
He guided Galatasaray to their first European trophy in 2000.
The experienced manager returned to Galatasaray for his fourth stint in charge of the team back in 2017.
Terim has won back-to-back Super Lig trophies with the Yellow-Reds over the past two seasons.
The highly decorated manager has won the league title for the past four seasons he has been in charge of the Lions.
He guided Galatasaray to Super Lig championships 2011-12 and 2012-13 before taking charge of the Turkish national side in 2013.
Terim resigned from the Turkey role in 2017 returning to Galatasaray.