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While Lewandowski cost 60 million, what FC Barcelona would pay for Julian Alvarez

FC Barcelona wants the Argentine player and is willing to put in a significant amount

FC Barcelona wants the Argentine player and is willing to put in a significant amount
FC Barcelona wants the Argentine player and is willing to put in a significant amount

Julian Alvarez is one of the forwards of the moment. The Argentine footballer is shining with Manchester City and for many, he is already a reality in European football. The player has positioned himself in an important way as one of the leaders of the Argentine National Team and with Pep Guardiola's team he has made a place for himself in the starting team. However, once Kevin De Bruyne returns, his ownership is at risk. For this reason, FC Barcelona is already beginning to sound out the player and the amount they would be willing to put up is revealed.

 

From Europe they confirmed that one of the biggest clubs is going all out for Julian Álvarez, Manchester City's Argentine striker. The world champion in Qatar 2022 adds minutes as a starter alongside Erling Haaland this season thanks to Pep Guardiola, although for 2024 he already has several polls on the table.

One of them is from none other than Barcelona, who had already had him in their sights at the beginning of the current campaign. The 23-year-old attacker also earned a place among the eleven in Lionel Scaloni's national team and could now go to the Catalan club for double the money that City paid River: approximately 50 million euros.

 

Real Madrid and Barcelona attentive to Haaland's situation

Last year Julián Álvarez played only half of the minutes played, participating in 10 goal scores in the Premier League. Despite the few minutes, he renewed his contract until 2028. Now, according to the Spanish newspaper Sport, both Real Madrid and Barcelona have received information that the Argentine would be interested in playing in the Spanish competition and despite having a contract for five years more, both teams have already contacted the forward.

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