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Erling Braut Haaland can be admired next season in the shirt of Manchester City. The Citizens have captured a world-class striker with the Norwegian battering ram and with that the English top club aims to achieve total dominance of European football. But City is not relying solely on Haaland for this. Along with Phil Foden and Julian Alvarez, the Citizens will likely have the strongest vanguard in the world over the next decade.


SMART INVESTMENT

The bullet is finally through the church. After a months-long transfer soap with the European greats Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, ​​Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City finally got hold of the super transfer of Erling Braut Haaland. The Norwegian goal-getter earns a guaranteed monthly wage of 30 million euros in the Etihad Stadium for a period of 5 years. Borussia Dortmund also passes the box office, albeit with a rather modest transfer fee of 75 million euros, a legacy of Haaland’s recently deceased broker Mino Raiola.

Manchester City therefore invested a total of 225 million euros for the arrival of Erling Haaland, and the Norwegian striker must become the great figurehead of the English top club in the coming years. Immediate impact is first demanded from the 21-year-old as he scored 85 goals in 88 official appearances at Borussia Dortmund, and given his young age, he could easily spend more than a decade at the highest level. Haaland’s top deal is one for the short and the long term. Well seen from The Citizens.

Pep Guardiola has been asking for a world-class striker for more than two years and with Erling Haaland, the Catalan is being served at his beck and call. The fact that Manchester City reported to the 21-year-old Norwegian for the second year in a row betrays much of their perseverance and perseverance. With the arrival of Haaland, Guardiola is also willing to make tactical adjustments to the squad. Letting go of the well-known game plan with a false number nine that has been so successful in recent years. In difficult competition conditions or in pure money time it comes in handy to have a clinical striker like Haaland in the team.

PHIL FODEN

With the super deal from Erling Haaland, Manchester City has a pure top striker, one who can bring the club many years of fun and goals. He will be the big banner with which the Citizens want to dominate Europe in the coming decade. But one franchise player will obviously not be enough. Kevin De Bruyne, for example, is 30 today and he will not play for Manchester City for another 10 years.

That is why we are already counting on 21-year-old breeding talent Phil Foden as the successor to the Red Devil. Foden could form a complementary duo in the future for Haaland, as the Norwegian previously was with Jadon Sancho at Borussia Dortmund. Phil Foden is considered one of the greatest football talents in the world and his importance at Manchester City is already very great today. It is therefore no big surprise that the England international will take on a more prominent role in the coming years.

In addition to Erling Haaland and Foden, a lot is also expected from Julian Alvarez, who is currently still a relatively unknown name for the average football fan. The 22-year-old Argentine striker was bought from River Plate in January (17 million euros), and he will join the first team of Manchester City this summer. Alvarez is already mentioned as one of the future stars of the Argentina national team.

JULIAN ALVAREZ

Julian Alvarez is already considered the missing piece in Manchester City’s forward-looking puzzle, as he can play as a second striker, false nine and also as a right striker. That way he can thrive in a team with Erling Haaland and Phil Foden. The Alvarez-Haaland-Foden super trio could well become the strongest vanguard in the world in the next decade. Alvarez makes the transition from South America to Europe at a somewhat ‘late’ age, but that is completely part of the career planning of the Argentine nugget.

Before signing his first affiliation card with River Plate, Julian Alvarez already had a successful trial period at Real Madrid as a tender teenager. There they had been deeply impressed by the Argentine attacker, after which the Royal Dutch promptly offered him a contract. But Real Madrid ultimately failed to sign Alvarez because the Spaniards were not allowed to sign foreign players under the age of 13. Last summer, Aston Villa and Bayer Leverkusen showed strong interest in him, but Alvarez opted to wait for a club to play in the Champions League.

In that regard, Julian Alvarez is already very good at Manchester City, which performs particularly well every year in the Championship. In addition, Pep Guardiola is wild about his false nine profile, something that, along with Erling Haaland as a deep striker, can bring immense tactical unpredictability and flexibility to the squad. Comparisons are already being made with Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez, two Argentine forwards who wrote history at Manchester City. So it may be clear that a golden future awaits the Citizens.

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