Breaking News: Julian Alvarez to Real Madrid “Might” be a Done deal

According to reports, Real Madrid has selected Julian Alvarez as their top transfer target from Manchester City.


The 23-year-old joined Man City from River Plate in July of last year, and he made an impact in his first campaign with Pep Guardiola’s team by tallying 17 goals and five assists in 49 appearances.


Alvarez has also had a solid start to this season, scoring twice and dishing out one assist in four Premier League outings, taking advantage of Kevin De Bruyne’s recent injury.

Although the Argentina international’s contract at the Etihad Stadium runs through June 2028, Fichajes claims Real Madrid is trying to entice him to the Bernabeu in the coming summer.


According to the source, Los Blancos intends to sign a new forward at the end of the current campaign after failing to replace Karim Benzema during the most recent transfer window.

Although it is commonly believed that Kylian Mbappe will transfer from Paris Saint-Germain to Real Madrid in the upcoming season, the Spanish capital club lacks a center forward, and Joselu is anticipated to rejoin Espanyol in the coming summer.


For the most part this season, Carlo Ancelotti’s team has played with Rodrygo and Vinicius Junior as the front two, with Jude Bellingham playing as the number 10 in front of a three-man midfield.


However, because Vinicius is presently out due to injury, Joselu was able to start and score in the team’s 2-1 victory over Getafe before the break.

Brahim Diaz provides an additional option in the final third, but Real Madrid, who lost Benzema to a summer move to Saudi Arabia, lacks true center-forward options.


Erling Haaland is reportedly a top target for Los Blancos, who are claimed to have a long-term interest in the Norwegian international.

However, it appears quite unlikely that Haaland would move next summer, thus Real Madrid may choose to concentrate their efforts on his Manchester City teammate.


Before moving to Man City, Alvarez began his professional career at River Plate, where he made 122 appearances and amassed 54 goals and 31 assists.


In addition, the forward has scored seven times in 23 matches for Argentina, including four goals during the 2022 World Cup, which helped his nation win the event in Qatar.



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