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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Julian reveals who he gets along best with in City

La Arana gave a five-minute interview with Manchester City’s official channel in which he spoke about his adaptation to football and English culture and also about his first week with his new teammates.

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When it comes his turn to play he realizes that he has been living in Europe for a long time and the fact is that Julian Alvarez He has only been at Manchester City for just over three months, but in that time he has adapted, the process is so scary for the Argentine who prefers to play in the old continent, simple and easily turned away. With eight official matches and three goals (in a friendly with Barcelona), Spider is already adapting to the new celestial world and has big goals.

“I am happy, everyone in the club treated me very well. Manchester is a nice quiet city, I am with my family and slowly we get to know the city, I’ve liked what I’ve seen so far, I brought the mate and Alfajour, hey,” the former River striker told City’s official website in an interview a few days ago.

From his shyness of joining a new group to the players he gets along with best, he said: “It was all new to me, I didn’t know who I was going to meet, but they joined me. Very well behaved and I was surprised by the kindness of everyone in the club. I am fine. Rodri and Bernardo Silva helped me a lot, they are the ones who speak the most Spanish, and they guide you and help you get to know the club. I also spoke with Sergio Gómez (he arrived at the last market from Anderlecht), who speaks Spanish,

Spider, on the other hand, also highlighted the hierarchy of his two teammates above the rest: “There are many good players, they all play well and they have a lot of clarity and hierarchy. In the first few days I was very surprised by Gundogan and De Bruyne for the control in small spaces and technical quality, Playing with the best in the world is an apprenticeship, not just watching but sharing on the pitch.”

“All teams have internal competition, healthy competition. It’s always good to share with the best players, the best in your position, because you learn and grow a lot. I’m here for those things. Pep told my Helped a lot in adaptation, he gives me a lot of advice and always corrects me something. I am happy how he treats me”, he added of his relationship with Pep Guardiola, who constantly praises him. Stryker with Erling Haaland to start the fight.

Distinguishing Argentine football from English, he said: “There are a lot of hierarchies, maybe everything has been studied a little more. Many details and competitors are analyzed a lot, Luckily I quickly adapted to the physical and football aspects. It was nice to score a goal in my first official match for Liverpool in the Community Shield, when they said they were going to VAR it was a rare moment. I thought it wouldn’t be a goal, heh.”

Finally, he concluded with an optimistic phrase that portrayed Julian’s ambition: “I wanted to be up to the task and adapt quickly, that was my main goal. Now keep giving your 100% to win every possible title,

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