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Manchester City brought in Julian Alvarez to boost their attacking ranks last summer, together with the acquisition of the sensational Erling Haaland, though the transfer was actually done in January last year, with a six-month loan back to River Plate a part of the transfer agreement.
Obviously tasked with being initially a backup for the Norwegian scoring machine, the 23-year-old has raised his stock, mostly by playing a big role in Argentina’s successful World Cup quest in Qatar, and his situation seems to have attracted potential suitors. To safeguard against his potential change of heart and possible wish to leave the Etihad, the Premier League champions have put an offer of new terms, significantly improved, devised to keep him at the club until 2028. It’s now up to him to decide whether to accept.
For City, Alvarez has so far bagged 10 goals and provided three assists in a total of 31 appearances in all competitions this term.