In recent weeks, there have been rumors linking Alphonso Davies, the left-back of Bayern Munich, to a move to Spain, specifically to Real Madrid. However, it appears that a departure for the Canadian international is not currently on the cards, as the Bavarian club has other plans for their talented player.
According to Italian journalist Nicolo Schira, Bayern Munich’s management is keen on offering Davies a new contract. At just 22 years old, Davies is already a key player for the reigning German champions, and the club is eager to secure his services for the long term. His current contract runs until June 2025, highlighting the club’s commitment to his development and success.
A potential move to Real Madrid would have reunited Davies with his former teammate, David Alaba. However, it seems that Bayern Munich is intent on keeping their star left-back, recognizing his immense potential and the impact he has already made on the team.
Davies’ rise to prominence has been nothing short of remarkable. Since joining Bayern Munich in 2018, he has quickly established himself as one of the best left-backs in the world. His blistering pace, exceptional defensive skills, and ability to contribute offensively have made him a valuable asset for both club and country.
With Bayern Munich’s plans to offer Davies a new contract, it is clear that they see him as an integral part of their future success. The club’s ambition to retain their key players and build a team capable of competing at the highest level is evident.
As the transfer rumors continue to swirl, it is reassuring for Bayern Munich fans to know that their beloved left-back is not likely to leave anytime soon. The prospect of Davies extending his stay at the club is undoubtedly exciting, and it further cements Bayern Munich’s status as one of the top clubs in European football.
#BayernMunich want to extend Alphonso #Davies’ contract, which expires in 2025. #RealMadrid are interested in him and currently at the window for the summer 2024, if they don’t reach an agreement in the next months. #transfers
— Nicolò Schira (@NicoSchira) September 19, 2023