As reported by Sky Germany, both Real Madrid and Manchester City are keeping tabs on Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies.
The wing-back is considered to be a transfer target for both clubs leading into the summer transfer window. However, from a Bayern point of view, it’s clear. The 22-year-old is in Thomas Tuchel’s plans and is not for sale.
The Canadian international still has two years remaining on his contract. Bayern are hoping to extend Davies’ contract beyond 2025 and clearly see him as a long-term player at the club.
Contrary to this, the player’s advisor explained that his future does not necessarily lie with Bayern.
“A number of clubs are interested, but there are no direct talks,” said Davies’ advisor Nick Huoseh. He continued: “Davies has two years left on his contract. Bayern are hoping for a contract extension. Nothing has been confirmed yet.”
Davies has been plagued with injury this season and only just resumed light training this week. Davies has played 38 games across all competitions this season, scoring two and creating eight. His 316 minutes across six games under Thomas Tuchel has so far yet to yield any goal contributions. With just two games remaining, Bayern Munich find themselves one point ahead of Borussia Dortmund. Tuchel’s side host RB Leipzig at the weekend before a trip to Köln on the final day of the season.
GGFN | Jamie Allen