Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies lined up for major transfer to European rivals | The Sun
ALPHONSO DAVIES is reportedly being lined up for a transfer to European giants Real Madrid.
The Bayern Munich star is Carlo Ancelotti's primary target for next year's summer transfer window.
The 22-year-old has become one of the best young left-backs in football.
Davies burst onto the scene in the MLS with Vancouver Whitecaps before his record-breaking transfer to Bayern Munich in 2018.
Within a year the Candian had established himself as a first-team regular and has progressed to be among the world's top left-backs – known for his blistering pace, dribbling and crossing ability.
He has had a remarkable start for the Bundesliga side scoring eight goals in 156 appearances.
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Davies has also picked up some silverware along the way winning five Bundesliga titles and the Champions League in 2020.
He scored Canada's first World Cup goal ever at Qatar 2022, putting his penalty miss disappointment behind him from the first match to head in against Croatia.
The left-back's success has led to transfer attention and Spanish outlet Marca claim Davies has been linked with a move to Real Madrid.
Ancelotti is on the hunt to bolster his defence as Ferland Mendy's calf injury means his future at the club is uncertain, the report claims.
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However, it is believed Real Madrid will wait until summer 2024 to try and sign the full-back.
Davies previously revealed he struggles with loneliness in Germany meaning a move to the Spanish capital could be something that appeals to the star.
Davies's contract with the Bavarian side does not come to an end until June 2025.
Bayern boss Thomas Tuchel may be reluctant to let his star player go.
But if Davies does depart next summer he would join new Real Madrid youngsters Eduardo Camavinga, Aurelien Tchouameni and Jude Bellingham.
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