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'See what happens' - Julian Alvarez rates chances of Man City exit this summer

Julian Alvarez is 'calm' over his Manchester City future as speculation grows over a potential summer exit.

Alvarez enjoyed a productive second season at the Etihad, stepping up when Kevin De Bruyne and then Erling Haaland were out injured. He had to settle for a place on the bench when both senior men returned, fuelling speculation that he could leave City to be first choice somewhere, particularly in his preferred number nine position.

The striker will hope to add a second Copa America title to his bulging trophy cabinet this summer and is reportedly keen to represent Argentina at the Olympics in July and August. That would limit the time for any potential transfer to be agreed, and the player himself has poured cold water over his chances of leaving the Etihad.

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Real Madrid were linked with a move for Alvarez, but they have just announced the signing of Kylian Mbappe, while Atletico Madrid have been linked with him but have admitted he is likely to stay in Manchester.

"Julian Alvarez is a Manchester City player, and I don’t think he’s going to move from there,” said Atletico president Enrique Cerezo over the weekend.

Now, Alvarez himself has insisted he is happy at the Etihad, but did leave the door slightly ajar for a move by saying he will "see what happens". Asked about his future, he told ESPN: "These are things that are said [transfer rumours], but I am calm; I am comfortable and happy at City. We will see what happens."