City CONFIDENT Of Julian Alvarez STAY Amid Barca And Madrid LINK!

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Manchester City are confident of keeping Julian Alvarez amid Barcelona and Real Madrid link, MySportDab reports.

The forward has been attracting interests from a number of teams who want to make the move happen.

Julian Alvarez was expected to make a move in the summer window, but it did not happen as Manchester City wanted to keep him.

His time at the Etihad have been productive despite Erling Haaland getting the nod to play as a main striker for the team.

Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola have been able to make the situation more favorable for Alvarez who is now playing a number 10 role.

He has been firing so well for the Champion of the Premier League who intend to keep him as long as possible with the team.

Interests are already pouring in as both Real Madrid and Barcelona want to make the move happen for the World Cup winner.

According to report reaching us from Transfer News Live, they confirmed Manchester City have no intention of allowing Julian Alvarez leave.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Manchester City are confident Julián Álvarez will remain at the club despite reported interest from Barcelona and Real Madrid.

The move is one which could be happening based on the player decision if he want to make the move happen.

Barcelona are hoping they can use the player as their long term plan when Robert Lewandowski move on from the club.

Real Madrid are still yet to find the perfect Karim Benzema replacement since the player shocking move to Saudi Arabia.

Both team are willing to hit the figure of £80 Million which is expected to be the asking price for the player when it gets to 2024.

Julian Alvarez already won everything possible as a player including the World Cup with Argentina in Qatar 2022 beating France in the final.

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