Man City star likely to stay put despite rumours | Shoot

    The summer transfer window officially opens on Friday, giving Premier League sides the chance to bolster their squads ahead of next season. 

    Reigning champions Manchester City will be hoping to once again come out on top next term, having become the first team in English top flight history to win four consecutive league titles.

    Manager Pep Guardiola will not only by hoping to add to his squad, but he will also be desperate to keep hold of his key players.

    With that in mind, it appears that forward Julian Alvarez is set to stay put at The Etihad beyond this summer’s transfer window, according to Football Insider.

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    Alvarez is set to stay put at Manchester City beyond this summer

    The report claims that the Argentina international is unlikely to depart Manchester during the upcoming transfer window, despite being linked with Premier League rivals Chelsea.

    French champions Paris Saint-Germain and Spanish side Atletico Madrid are also said to be interested in the 24-year-old, but he isn’t expected to depart the club this summer.

    Alvarez joined City from Argentinian side River Plate in 2022 and has since enjoyed huge success in England.

    The forward has scored 36 goals in 103 games for the Citizens, as well as providing 18 assists.

    He has also won six trophies since moving to England, including the Champions League and two Premier League titles.

    Alvarez is currently contracted to City until the end of the 2027/28 campaign, but it had previously been suggested that the player was growing frustrated at his current situation.

    The Argentine has primarily acted as understudy to Erling Haaland since joining City, but the report claims that he is still happy at the club and isn’t intending to leave any time soon.

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