Stevan Jovetic
Stevan Jovetic has left Manchester City after two years. Getty

Manchester City have confirmed that Stevan Jovetic, Olivier Ntcham and Enes Unal have left the Etihad and completed loan moves on 31 July.

Jovetic, 25, made a switch to England from Fiorentina in 2013. He struggled during his two- year spell as poor form, coupled with injuries saw his playing time being restricted. The Montenegrin international made only nine starts in the 2014/15 season.

City confirmed Jovetic has made a switch to San Siro on an 18-month loan deal with hoping for a permanent transfer. However, Inter's official statement is conflicting with that of the English side as they say the striker has signed a four-year deal, which will keep him at the club until 2019.

"F C Internazionale is pleased to announce an agreement has been struck with Manchester City over the purchase of Stevan Jovetic. The player has penned a four-year contract keeping him in Milan until 30 June 2019," a statement on Inter's official website read.

Inter chief Erick Thohir is delighted with the addition of Jovetic to the Serie A outfit's squad, saying: "We are excited by the signing of Jovetic. He's another important addition to our squad. A dynamic forward that will add value to our attack. Mancini will get the best out of him."

Jovetic is joined by midfielder Ntcham and striker Unal, who have also left City and joined Genoa and Genk on loan for the next two seasons. The 19-year-old made a switch to the Etihad in 2012.

Ntcham's progress saw him make it to Manuel Pellegrini's squad during City's pre-season tour of Australia as he made his debut against Adelaide United. Before his loan move to Genoa, City handed him a new five-year deal.

Meanwhile, Unal arrived in England from Bursaspor in July and was also part of the pre-season squad. He made three appearances for City before joining Genk on a two-year loan deal.