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Real Madrid’s interest in Alphonso Davies grows as Bayern Munich’s plan revealed

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Amidst ongoing contract uncertainties surrounding Alphonso Davies, Real Madrid remains vigilant, with a keen interest in the talented Canadian left-back.

The player’s contract with Bayern Munich is set to expire on June 30, 2025, and despite recent negotiations between his agent and Bayern officials, a definitive resolution remains elusive.

The Bundesliga club is acutely aware of the valuable asset they possess in Davies and is determined to secure his continued presence.

However, the challenge lies in the lack of a decisive response from the player regarding a contract extension. The situation is delicate, given Davies’ status as a coveted player in the eyes of many clubs.

Real Madrid, maintaining a strong relationship with Bayern Munich, has been monitoring the developments closely.

Bayern Munich is keen to avoid a scenario akin to David Alaba’s departure, particularly with a player of Davies’ caliber, who will only be 24 when his contract concludes, four years younger than Alaba at the time of his free transfer.

The club is gradually bridging the gap in negotiations to meet the conditions set by the Canadian for a potential renewal.

If a contract extension is not achieved before June 30, Bayern’s plan is to place Davies on the transfer market.

This decision is more about pride and preserving the team’s integrity than economic necessity. Reports from Marca suggest a generous offer, but Bayern remains cautious not to exceed what they consider a perilous limit for maintaining squad harmony.

Real Madrid, while patient in their approach, recognizes the need to strengthen the left-back position.

Ferland Mendy has been pivotal, offering defensive balance, but uncertainties arise concerning injuries. Mendy’s contract concludes on June 30, 2025, and despite his reliability, there has been no indication of a renewal offer from the club.

Fran García is viewed with a more relaxed timeline, and the club believes he has the potential to be a valuable asset after adjusting to his return from Rayo Vallecano.

Real Madrid’s strategy involves closely monitoring developments in Munich. If Davies does not extend his contract by June, the Spanish club may present an offer to Bayern to address a position identified as a necessary reinforcement by the sporting directorate.

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