Manchester City reach a final agreement to sign Alvarez from Argentine River Plate

Manchester City officials succeeded in reaching a final agreement with his Argentine club, River Plate, to sign Julian Alvarez for 5 years in the current winter transfers.
The Italian, Fabrizio Romano, a journalist interested in transfers, confirmed that Manchester City had agreed with River Plate to include the talent Alvarez for 5 years, for 18.5 million euros, and that he would stay with his team, River Plate, on loan until next July.
Argentine Julian Alvarez played 18 games with River Plate, during which he scored 17 goals and made 5 goals for his teammates, contributing to 22 goals this season.
Manchester City kidnapped the talented player from many major European clubs that wanted to include the Argentine talent, most notably Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid.
The Manchester City victories train was disrupted at the station of its host Southampton in their last match, with a 1-1 draw, in the 23rd round of the English Premier League.
Manchester City fell into the trap of a tie after a series of 12 consecutive victories, and is at the top of the league with 57 points, expanding the difference to 12 points between it and its closest pursuers, Liverpool, who played two fewer games.



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