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“HERE WE GO” Coming from Fabrizio Romano this afternoon Manchester City has just announced the signing of Teenager who has more goals than Lionel Messi this season for a 6 years old contract

Here We Go: Fabrizio Romano confirms midfield signing with Manchester City on a six-year contract
Transfer analyst Fabrizio Romano reports that River Plate and Argentina youth international sensation Claudio Echeverri has signed with Manchester City.

Officials at the Etihad Stadium have faced intense competition from other teams to secure the skills of the up-and-coming teenager. It is understood that teams like FC Barcelona and Chelsea have been keeping an eye on the player’s progress.

After previous additions from throughout Europe and South America, the recruitment of Claudio Echeverri has been viewed as a primary priority by those tasked with securing Manchester City’s next wave of growing stars.

In recent years, Manchester City and the City Football Group have also signed players like Maximo Perrone, Savinho, and Yan Couto. The addition of Julian Alvarez from River Plate has further strengthened the bond between the two teams.

With new reports on Sunday night describing the present status of an agreement for a player who captained Argentina at the last FIFA under-17 World Cup, Claudio Echeverri can now be considered a member of the ever-expanding list.

Claudio Echeverri’s planned move to Manchester City is now officially “here we go,” according to transfer source Fabrizio Romano, after the two teams exchanged paperwork to finalise a deal.

According to the details, the 17-year-old midfielder will stay with his present team, River Plate, until December 2024. After that, he will fly to Europe, where Manchester City will decide on his future during the January 2025 transfer window.

The UEFA Super Cup and UEFA Champions League winners of last season, who claimed five titles in a single calendar year, have reached a six-year pact with Claudio Echeverri.

It is still unknown what Manchester City will do with the player when he travels to Europe in the winter, but there is still a chance that he will be developed as a member of Pep Guardiola’s starting lineup.

Though Girona is a major destination for some of Manchester City’s most highly-rated prospects given the Spanish club’s standing in the La Liga table this season, a transfer on loan inside the City Football Group is still an option.

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