Manchester City brought in Julian Alvarez last summer to improve their attacking position, along with the signing of the sensational Erling Haaland, although the transfer actually took place in January last year and River Plate’s six-month loan was part of the transfer. agreement.
Clearly tasked initially to be the back-up to the Norwegian scoring machine, the 23-year-old increased his stock, mostly by playing a big part in Argentina’s successful World Cup quest in Qatar, and his situation seems to have attracted potential suitors. To protect themselves from a possible change in his views and a possible desire to leave Etihad, the Premier League champions have put forward a proposal for new conditions, much improved, to keep him at the club until 2028. Now it’s up to him to decide if he should take it.
For City, Alvarez has scored 10 goals and provided three assists so far in a total of 31 matches in all competitions this season.
As it became known yesterday, Manchester city made an improved offer to Julian Alvarez. The new agreement will run until 2028 with a significant increase in wages. All parties are confident that an agreement will be reached 🔵🇦🇷 #MCFC
The last green light for the player is expected soon.
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— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 11, 2023