Real Madrid ‘target shock Alphonso Davies transfer and will take advantage of Bayern star’s contract in cut-price deal’ | The Sun
REAL MADRID are reportedly eyeing up a move for Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies… but may have to be patient if they are to secure his signature.
The 22-year-old Canadian joined the German champions in 2018 and has racked up 134 appearances, contributing six goals and 21 assists.
He has already won four Bundesliga titles and the Champions League.
And before the World Cup break he had managed a goal and four assists for Julian Nagelsmann's men so far this season.
Davies, who is under contract with Bayern until 2025, then headed to Qatar and impressed for Canada as they took part in their first World Cup for 36 years.
Despite exiting in the group stage, Davies was a standout star for his nation and even scored in the defeat Croatia.
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And AS understand Real Madrid are now thought to be interested in bringing him to the Bernabeu.
However, it is believed they will wait until 2024 to try and sign the full-back.
This would enable them to try and purchase him for a cut-price.
It is a tactic Los Blancos have used in the past to acquire the likes of Toni Kroos from Bayern and Eden Hazard from Chelsea.
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But Bayern will do their best to try and avoid selling Davies cheaply.
Meanwhile, Real are also looking at other supremely talented youngsters to add to their squad in the coming years.
One of those is Borussia Dortmund and England midfielder Jude Bellingham.
However, the Spanish giants face competition from the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain as they prepare to battle it out for him in the summer.
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