Argentine winger Julian Alvarez has joined Manchester City today at the end of his loan spell with childhood club River Plate, set to replace Raheem Sterling.
Alvarez, 22, was signed in January 2022 for a €17m reported fee and was allowed to stay until the end of the season.
With English winger Raheem Sterling on the move away from Etihad this summer, he is expected to replace him for the upcoming season.
Signed his forest professional contract in January 2019 and further extended it, we understand he is now an official city player today after playing his last game earlier against Velez Sarsfield in the South America CONMEBOL Libertadores quarter-finals.
Preferred positions on the right-wing and as the main striker, he clocked 17 goals and provided 6 assists in 25 appearances across all competitions last season -a great finisher and high-pressing player Pep Guardiola ever wanted.
Ended his 3-year spell in the Argentine capital this summer, Alvarez was featured in 100 games across all competitions with set records of 48 goals, 24 assists and 17 man-of-the-match honours.