Despite already impressing in the Premier League and on the international stage, insiders believe the 23-year-old has even more room for growth.
Alvarez made his move to Manchester City in the summer of 2022 and later signed a contract extension in March, tying him to the club until June 2028. In the current 2023-24 season, he has been in scintillating form, netting seven goals and providing five assists in 14 appearances across all competitions.
The Argentine international’s stellar performances have attracted interest from major clubs like Barcelona and Real Madrid. However, Football Insider reported on October 23 that Manchester City is highly confident of retaining Alvarez‘s services.
Due to Kevin De Bruyne’s injury, Alvarez has been playing as a second striker, and he continued to shine by scoring the opening goal in City’s 2-1 victory over Brighton on October 21, helping the team bounce back from consecutive league defeats.
In addition to winning a treble with Manchester City last season, Alvarez played a pivotal role in Argentina’s 2022 World Cup triumph, netting four goals in seven tournament matches.
Manchester City supporters are eager to see how Alvarez’s game evolves in the coming years and believe he can elevate his performance to new heights, solidifying his status as a key player for both club and country.
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