BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Bayern Munich have given real Madrid the green light to sign Alphonso Davies. Real Madrid has been very much interested in bringing the Canadian international to Spain and it seem the transfer is back on track. According to reports Davies is fully ready to move to Santiago Bernabeu. Alphonso Davies to Real Madrid BACK ON.


The Canadian left-back has found himself at the center of a protracted transfer saga, despite the summer window still being a considerable distance away.

With his contract expiring in 2025 and showing no signs of extending his deal despite Bayern Munich’s ultimatum, the 23-year-old could be set for a move this summer. Should Bayern fail to reach an agreement with Davies, they are prepared to place him on the transfer market.

Real Madrid has been pursuing the defender since at least October, knowing they hold a strong negotiating position. Davies is reportedly open to personal terms, so Los Blancos are willing to bide their time if Bayern’s demands become excessive.

Recent reports had suggested that Real’s interest in signing Davies this summer had waned due to the impending departure of captain Nacho Fernandez. It was rumored that the club had shifted their focus to securing a center-back in the upcoming window, with Davies expected to join on a free transfer in 2025.

However, it now appears that a potential deal to sign Davies this year is back on the table. Mundo Deportivo claims that Bayern is nearing the acquisition of a replacement for Davies, suggesting that his departure could be imminent.

For weeks, AC Milan’s Theo Hernandez has been touted as Davies’ successor in Bavaria, contingent upon his sale. Now, the Spanish outlet asserts that Bayern has received Hernandez’s approval for a move, indicating their readiness to offload Davies.

Hernandez, whose brother Lucas previously played for Bayern, may have played a role in influencing Bayern’s decision. Regardless, it is reported that Bayern has reached an agreement on personal terms with the 26-year-old and is now in negotiations with Milan to settle on a transfer fee. Although Hernandez is contracted until 2026, the report states that he “wants to leave.”

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