BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, ” leave me let me go. Accept their offer cause I want to play for them cause I want to move and I have made my Decision”. Alphonso Davies has taken a step closer to his transfer to Real Madrid, with his agent choosing to go public on the full-back’s unhappiness at Bayern Munich. According to reports Real will open fresh bid with Bayern Munich as they want to bring him to Santiago Bernabeu.


Alphonso Davies is edging closer to a potential transfer to Real Madrid, as his agent has decided to publicly address the full-back’s dissatisfaction with Bayern Munich. Despite Bayern offering Davies a contract extension until 2029 with a substantial gross salary of €14m per year, he has yet to commit to the deal. With just over a year remaining on his current contract, Real Madrid sees an opportunity to capitalize on Davies’ uncertain situation and secure his services for a discounted fee.

Real Madrid’s pursuit of the Canadian international, alongside their anticipated signing of Kylian Mbappe, appears promising following comments made by Davies’ agent, Nick Huoseh, to Bild regarding Bayern’s handling of the situation. Huoseh expressed frustration over Bayern’s demand for a swift decision from Davies regarding his future, criticizing the club’s timing and lack of clarity regarding the coaching staff and team composition for the upcoming season. The agent labeled the ultimatum as unfair, given the significance of the decision for Davies’ career trajectory.

According to football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the recent outburst is just a glimpse of the underlying tension, suggesting that Davies is prepared to escalate the situation by refraining from signing a new contract with Bayern. Romano hinted at a tense atmosphere surrounding the negotiations, indicating that if an agreement on an extension is not reached, Davies could depart Bayern this summer. Real Madrid is monitoring the situation closely and is willing to initiate discussions with Bayern regarding a potential transfer, although they are hesitant to meet Bayern’s valuation of €50m for Davies, potentially setting the stage for a negotiation standoff between the two clubs.

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