From Spain: Club director has already asked Manchester City to loan a player

Following this week’s reports of Manchester City getting closer to signing Erling Haaland, we have seen several stories from the Argentine media expressing concerns about Julian Alvarez.

With the River Plate striker joining the Premier League this summer, there is now some doubt as to whether he will be used by Pep Guardiola if the Borussia Dortmund star actually joins the roster.

If you read the Spanish media, it seems that there are clubs that want to take advantage of the situation, as Sevilla, according to Fichajes, is now interested in signing Alvarez.

The La Liga side is said to be one of those ‘most interested’ in bringing in the Argentine player, with club director Monchi asking Manchester City about the possibility of a trade.

Sevilla have already hired Anthony Martial from Manchester United in January and could now carry out a ‘similar operation’ to sign Alvarez from Manchester City.

With everything not sorted by Pep Guardiola’s side yet, it’s probably safe to say we won’t have an outcome for this story any time soon.

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