Bayern Munich had reached an agreement with Alphonso Davies on a new deal – uncertain now


The battle for the future of Alphonso Davies is heating up, with Bayern Munich trying to secure his future, and Real Madrid hoping to sign him in a cut-price deal this summer, or in a free season next. The key decision will come down to Davies, and whether he will sign a new deal with Bayern or not.

The 23-year-old defender demanded 20 million euros per season to stay at the club, but dropped those demands to 17 million euros per year. This week there were reports that Bayern were close to equalizing, and had done so with bonuses. Yet now Real Madrid are increasingly confident of bringing Davies to the Spanish capital.

Christian Falk explained to Daily Briefing by Fabrizio Romano how exactly did it come about. Davies' agent, Nedal Househ, was in Munich for contract talks, and had agreed terms with Bayern Sporting Director Max Eberl for a new deal. However, after discussing the deal with Bayern's hierarchy, they were unhappy with the terms they felt were too expensive, and as a result, Huoseh left the city without a deal.

Bayern seem to be considering their offer, and will make another one in the coming days. If the Bavarian giants cannot agree a deal, then they will have to start negotiations with Los Blancos over a deal this summer. The latest is that Real Madrid will not spend more than 30 million euros for Davies this summer, and Bayern demand 50 million euros.

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