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Real Madrid to sign Alphonso Davies earlier than expected

Real Madrid are reportedly close to signing Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich, and the deal could be announced much sooner than expected.

The Spanish giants have been tracking the Canadian left-back for some time, and they are now ready to make their move. According to Defensa Central, Real Madrid are hoping to have Davies signed before June 30th.

This would allow the club to approach the summer transfer window with much more peace of mind. Davies is seen as a key part of Real Madrid’s future plans, and his signing would be a major coup for the club.

The 21-year-old has been in impressive form for Bayern Munich this season, scoring four goals and providing nine assists in all competitions. He is also a regular for the Canadian national team, and he played a key role in their recent World Cup qualifying campaign.

READ MORE: Bayern Munich have found a replacement for Alphonso Davies

Davies is a versatile player who can play at left-back, left wing, or as a central attacking midfielder. He is known for his pace, dribbling ability, and crossing ability. He would be a valuable addition to the Real Madrid squad, and he would provide competition for the likes of Marcelo and Ferland Mendy.

The deal to sign Davies is expected to cost Real Madrid around €60 million. This is a significant fee, but it is one that Real Madrid are willing to pay for a player of Davies’ potential.

READ MORE: Real Madrid and Alphonso Davies reach verbal agreement for 2024 or 2025 transfer

The signing of Davies would be a major statement of intent from Real Madrid. It would show that the club are still committed to signing the best players in the world, even after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo.

It would also be a sign of faith in the future of the club. Davies is a young player with a bright future ahead of him, and he could be a key part of Real Madrid’s team for many years to come.

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