Argentine journalist German Balcarse has revealed that Manchester City will have to pay an additional €1.5 million. If they want to sign Julian Alvarez in the summer.
City announced the signing of the 22-year-old spearman for €17 million in January. Ready to sign a five-and-a-half -year contract.
Manchester City will reportedly have to pay €1.5m if they wish to fast-track Julian Alvarez into their first-team squad this summer.
The Citizens confirmed the signing of the 22-year-old from River Plate in January for around £14.2m plus add-ons, with the forward returning to his native Argentina on loan.
Alvarez, who signed a five-and-a-half-year contract with City. Is currently set to stay with River Plate. On loan until December 31.
However, journalist German Balcarce claims City have the option to bring Alvarez to the Etihad Stadium this summer and they would need to pay River Plate an additional €1.5m to cut his loan deal short.
Alvarez was sent back to River Plate. To continue using this season. This will allow him to stay with the former agency until the end of this year.
Recently, Balcarse revealed that City have the option to pull the Argentine footballer to use from this summer. They had to pay €1.5 million to cancel their loan deal, with
Pep Guardiola hinting that they would use the option last month. By giving an interview that Alvarez will be with them before the start of next season. the ufabet report
Alvarez is seen as one of South America’s jewels, having scored 24 goals and 15 assists in 46 appearances last year.