Pep Guardiola reacts as 80m Man city star wants to leave club Amid Chelsea transfer

“I don’t care you can go” – Pep Guardiola reacts as 80m Man city star wants to leave club Amid Chelsea transfer

Many rumors circulating claim that Chelsea is gearing up for an unexpected move to acquire the attacker of a Premier League rival.

The Blues’ increasing cunning in recruiting is demonstrated by their move for Manchester City’s highly regarded Julian Alvarez. Apart from these components, the forward’s relatively low price was disclosed.

The Pride of London also discusses further rumors about the CFC. Conflicting claims are being made about Captain Conor Gallagher, who is still in the news. There is a suggestion that the midfield player is not happy with his current situation in the transfer market.

But according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano insists that Pep Guardiola side would not be interested in loaning out Alvarez with the Argentinian starting 31 Premier League matches for Guardiola’s side last term.

Romano wrote in his Caught Offside: “In terms of interesting cases, keep a close eye also on the situation of Julian Alvarez. There were many rumours in the recent days, especially about Atlético Madrid.

“Let me clarify one thing, guys, the message I’m getting as of today, and I can guarantee it will be the same for the entire transfer window, but as of today, is that Manchester City are not considering any loan for Julian Alvarez. This is the point.

“There is interest from Atlético Madrid, he’s one of the most appreciated players, but he’s too expensive at the moment. From what I’m hearing there is also strong interest from Paris Saint-Germain and let’s see with English clubs what happens.

“So, several clubs are asking for information about Julián Alvarez. Why? Because they know from those also close to the player that Julián wants to play more.

“He could be one of the surprising names for the summer transfer window in case the player decides to ask for any new opportunity, but it will really depend on Manchester City.”

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