'Not considered unsellable': Man City could now really sell 'unique' £14m player to Bayern

It has been claimed that Manchester City would not be against the idea of selling Julian Alvarez to Bayern Munich.

This claim has been made by Sport Bild, as the PS14 million (Manchester Evening News) could be set to win a treble in his debut season.

Manchester City would be open to Julian Alvarez sale to Bayern The World Cup winner, despite being the understudy to Erling Haaland has convinced many that he would start for most Premier League sides already.

With 16 goals to his name in all competitions, Alvarez, branded as 'extraordinary' by Guardiola has showcased that he is also capable of leading the line for the Sky Blues.

As a result, a surprising revelation has emerged that as Bayern Munich are interested in signing Julian Alvarez, he is 'not considered unsellable' by Manchester City.

The Argentine striker has been shortlisted by Thomas Tuchel's side as a potential coup up front, as they aim to strengthen the striking department, alongside Harry Kane and Randal Kolo Muani.

Unlikely that the Sky Blues allow Julian Alvarez to leave anytime soon Especially with Julian Alvarez signing a contract extension with Manchester City until 2028 in March this year, it seems virtually impossible that they will allow him to join Bayern.

In the event that Erling Haaland does leave the Premier League champions, he has proven that he is the perfect No.9 to succeed him, albeit being a completely different profile of player.

It is also worth noting that anytime the club make a project signing, they internally assess whether he is ready to play in the first-team or whether a loan move would suit him more.

Alvarez instantly caught the eye and as he continues to fine-tune his game, it would be one of the biggest transfer shocks in years if he is sold just a season into his time at the Etihad Stadium.

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