BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, 🚨🚨 HERE WE GO, Real Madrid have reportedly reached a verbal agreement to sign Bayern Munich defender Alphonso Davies in 2024 or 2025. Barcelona and several Premier League teams have been linked with a move for Davies over the past few months, but joining Los Blancos remains his priority and he has avoided renewing his Bayern contract at the request of Real Madrid.


According to The Athletic, the Canadian international Alphonso Davies has less than 18 months remaining on his contract at the Allianz Arena, and Real Madrid is poised to either secure his signature for a reduced fee this summer or sign him on a free transfer next year. Despite interest from Barcelona and various Premier League teams in recent months, Davies has prioritized joining Real Madrid and has refrained from renewing his contract with Bayern at the request of the Spanish club.

Recent developments, including multiple meetings in recent weeks, particularly one in mid-February, have accelerated Davies’ potential move to the Santiago Bernabeu. While Bayern still holds hope for him to extend his stay in the Bundesliga, they are prepared to maximize any potential transfer fee for Davies this summer to avoid losing him on a free transfer in 2025.

Consequently, Davies appears increasingly likely to join Real Madrid at the conclusion of the current season after verbally agreeing to the move. While Davies is considered a priority target for Real Madrid, the club’s primary focus for the upcoming transfer window is Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe, who is reportedly on the verge of a remarkable free transfer to the Santiago Bernabeu.

PSG manager Luis Enrique has acknowledged the possibility of playing without Mbappe, while reports suggest that Mbappe made the decision to join Real Madrid as early as December. However, The Athletic has indicated that any potential deal for Mbappe will not hinder Real Madrid’s ability to sign Davies. Therefore, it is highly probable that both players will join the club when the summer transfer window opens.

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