Alphonso Davies eyeing €15 million a year deal at Bayern Munich
Alphonso Davies has been linked with a move to Real Madrid
Diario AS claims that Alphonso Davies, who is now negotiating a new contract with Bayern Munich, is asking for €15 million a year, which would be extremely challenging for the Bavarian team to meet.
Real Madrid believes they may sign the 23-year-old for a reduced fee next summer as his tenure is expiring in 2025. In the upcoming weeks, Real Madrid is expected to be heavily linked to Kylian Mbappe; however, the most recent news out of the Spanish capital is that Los Blancos’ top aim is Alphonso Davies.
If Mbappe decides against moving, Real Madrid will chase Erling Haaland, but Davies is regarded as the ideal addition to secure their left flank.
Representative Nedal Huoseh has put Bayern in a difficult position by demanding a contract that would place him among the highest-paid players in Germany.
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Originally, his demands had been around €12 million, but with internal turmoil at Bayern and increased interest from Real Madrid, talks came to an abrupt halt in May.
Relevo reports that talks between Real Madrid and Davies are “very advanced,” and there is much hope that Real Madrid might be ready to pressure Bayern into making a move. They are trying to sell Ferland Mendy since they know Davies will take control in the upcoming season.
Davies is not expected to get €15 million if he does sign with Real Madrid. Since Jude Bellingham and other elite players make over €12 million annually, Los Blancos has a stringent salary policy. As a result, if Davies and his team want to go to Spain, they will have to make some salary sacrifices.
Although Davies’ contract with Bayern Munich can undoubtedly be increased, it is unclear if the Canadian is merely posing for a raise or if he is indeed planning to leave and is simply biding his time. In either case, supporters of Bayern Munich are left amid this tug-of-war, hoping for a successful conclusion.
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