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While Haaland earns €24 million at Man City, this is the surprising new salary for Julian Alvarez

By Liam Styles

While Haaland earns €24 million at Man City, this is the surprising new salary for Julian Alvarez

Manchester City announced the renewal of Julian Alvarez's contract until June 30, 2028 

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Julian Alvarez is smiling again as he will continue his career at Manchester City after an important contract extension which can allow the Argentinian to be part of the squad leading the new Guardiola’s project at the club and being on the race to be one of the best strikers in the world after conquering the historic Citizen treble during this season.

The good performances by Julian have made him getting a huge popularity among the City and the football fans, who celebrated his contract extension with more than 2 million likes on the Argentinian player social network. However, even for the first Argentinian player having won a World Cup, a Libertadores and a Champions League, there are some goals to achieve.

One of the main Julian Alvarez’s targets is becoming a regular part of the starting eleven at Manchester City, as his teammate in the Sky Blue attack, Erling Haaland has started 33 games in Premier League this season, while Julian has started 13 games. The difference between them not only exists in the playing time or their style but also in their salary, winning Haaland €24 million annually, while Julian will earn almost €6 after his last contract extension.

What is next for Julian?

We should remember that Manchester City Signed the former River Plate forward in January 2022, but left him in Argentina until July so he was able to finish playing the Copa Libertadores that year. Delighted with the level of the wonderkid born in Calchin, the City management have decided to extend the link with an irresistible offer that represents a quantum leap in the salary of the 23-year-old player, whose improvement has been especially remarkable since leaving Argentina; and Manchester City is confident about Julian can engrave his name in the history of the club for many years.

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