Real Madrid desperate to get Alphonso Davies for the next year

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Next summer, Real Madrid intends to address their left-back position. This has been a concern for head coach Carlo Ancelotti this season. Meanwhile, Ancelotti has even opted to use midfielder Eduardo Camavinga in recent matches. He used him over two natural left-back options, Ferland Mendy and Fran Garcia.

Real Madrid is planning a significant move to sign a new first-choice left-back. They have targeted Alphonso Davies for this role. The 22-year-old has been on Los Blancos’ radar for a while. Hence, they are going to make their move for him next summer.

According to Diario AS, Alphonso Davies is Real Madrid’s primary target for the left-back position next summer. His current contract with Bayern Munich is to expire in 2025. If he does not sign a new deal by the end of the season, Bayern may be compelled to sell him to avoid losing him on a free transfer.

Will Real Madrid succeed in making a move?

Alphonso Davies’ agent commented on the interest in the Canadian international from Real Madrid. A potential deal wouldn’t be a major surprise. However, Bayern Munich wants to retain one of their top players. Bayern will make it challenging for Davies to leave the club if any negotiations were to take place.

The fact that there are no reports indicating that Alphonso Davies is unhappy or dissatisfied in Germany is a positive sign for Bayern Munich. Additionally, his successful tenure with the club in recent years adds to their confidence in retaining him.

While there may be confidence in repelling interest from the Premier League, the participation of a club like Real Madrid can indeed capture attention. The future of Alphonso Davies is still uncertain, but Bayern Munich and their supporters will undoubtedly hope for his continued presence at the club for an extended period.

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