Premier League left-back ‘decides’ to join Man City – Player dismissed Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal
The very reliable Ballers on the rise reported that the rising star decided to move to Manchester in an effort to further develop his career. It’s no surprise that this is the case, with a state-of-the-art academy just 100 meters from the Etihad Stadium.
He only had to watch BBC One on Sunday to see the benefits it could bring, with academy graduate Phil Foden stepping out for England at the European Championships at just 21.
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A report recently in athleticism suggested Watford prepare for a complete restructuring of his academy’s setup, with the departure of a senior official. These changes could trickle down to players, and Galvez appears to be one of them on the move.
The 16-year-old has enjoyed an incredible rise through the youth ranks in north London, even appearing twice this season in the FA Youth Cup. A competition where his team reached the fifth round before losing on penalties to Newcastle.
Galvez is a left-back naturally, but also benefited from a move to left midfield. With this signing, he is expected to progress down the same path as Cole Palmer and Tommy Doyle – both of whom recently made their first team appearances.
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