Los Blancos have contacted Bayern Munich about the possibility of negotiating a transfer for the Canadian left-back.
Alphonso Davies is one of the names Real Madrid are considering as a possible reinforcement for next season.
In fact, representatives of the Madrid club have already asked Bayern Munich about the possibility of negotiating a transfer for the Canadian international and have not received a categorical no in response.
The Bavarian club’s initial plans are to count on the full-back as one of the key players for the future, but his refusal to renew his contract, which expires on 30 June 2025, opens the door to a new situation.
Last week his agent Nedal Huoseh spoke of the future of his player amidst an uncertain moment at the German club.
“It’s a chaotic moment at Bayern Munich. I’m not sure what’s going on. There seems to be too much instability and uncertainty. Maybe it’s better if we wait a while and see how he’s doing at the club,” Huoseh admitted.
During the season, the player himself went so far as to say at times that he felt too lonely in Munich, casting doubt on his continuity at the German club.
“I am alone. Neither my family nor my girlfriend are with me,” he said in a statement about the life of a professional player.
The truth is that Bayern Munich wanted to move quickly with Davies. They are aware of the interest of Real Madrid and have been looking for a counter-reaction.
Members of Real Madrid‘s sporting management have been to Munich twice, following Bayern’s matches and, according to some sources, have even spoken to the player’s entourage, i.e. doing the usual groundwork to get to know the player, before initiating an actual transfer bid.
Bayern Munich are not a team that usually sells their best players cheaply and easily.
There are many examples from the past, as happened a season ago with Robert Lewandowski or going further back in time, Franck Ribery, who Real Madrid courted intensely.
Concerns at left-back
What seems clear is that both the directors and the coaches at Real Madrid are very worried about the left-back position.
In addition to the interest in Davies, there is also the arrival of Fran Garcia, who has returned to the club after three seasons with Rayo Vallecano.
Of course, in the event of the Canadian’s possible arrival, Ferland Mendy‘s time at Real Madrid would be virtually over.