Julián Álvarez wins the Premier League with Manchester City


Julián Álvarez has won the Premier League with Manchester City.

Álvarez has now won the Premier League for a second straight season. The Argentine did not play in Manchester City’s 3-1 win vs. West Ham but was on the bench for the win.

The Argentine finished the Premier League season with 11 goals and nine assists in 36 matches. He has now won the Premier League twice, a Champions League, an FA Cup, a UEFA Super Cup and a FIFA Club World Cup.

Congratulations to Julián Álvarez on winning the Premier League.


  1. Julian Alvarez overall had a very good season 19 goals 13 assist (11 premier league goals) in 53 matches compared to his first season 17min 17 goals 5 assist ( 9 premier league goals) in 49 matches, which wasn’t bad by any means. But the first quarter of 2023/2024 season he was by far their best player. Yes, Haaland was scoring more goals but he was the engine of the team. But in the second half of the season, his form started to dip and Foden outshined him. His positioning was getting poorer making it easy for his selfish teammates to ignore him and his finishing went down hill too.

    Next season will be very important for Alvarez’s City career. He will be fighting with Haaland, KDB, Foden, Doku and Grealish for not only starting spot but mins on the field and he won’t have the option of going through a goal drought he went through from Nov to April where he scored zero EPL goals. Barca needs a striker and if he can impress like he did in the first quarter of the season then there won’t be shortage of buyers. He is a fighter and a winner and a better overall player than Haaland and if he can improve his positioning he can score a lot more goals.

  2. Congrats Alvarez, but personally I was supporting Arsenal. I am tired seeing Foden outshine him. Before someone brings Brazilian argument, Gabriel Jesus flopped & Martinelli was used as a substitute.
    But when it comes to City Foden,KDB, Haaland and Rodri will share all the glory.

  3. Congrats Julian. But other than Fifa World Cup, none other cups saw him different from many others. In the recent times he had done nothing more than warming the bench. Hope he develops as a better footballer in the coming months. Wish him all the best.

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