Part of City’s Asia tour will see them play a semi-final against one of their Premier League rivals in Nanjing on July 17, before either the final or a third-place play-off in Shanghai three days later.
Omar Berrada, Manchester City’s chief operating officer, said: “We are delighted to return to China and take part in the Premier League Asia Trophy.
“China is a special place for City – it’s where Pep Guardiola began his City tenure in 2016 and we have a huge number of passionate followers across the country.
“We’re looking forward to hosting exciting events in China and welcoming local fans to our matches.”
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City will also play Japanese side Yokohama FM on July 27 at the Nissan Stadium.