Bayern Munich player Alphonso Davies
Bayern Munich player Alphonso Davies
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Premier League clubs receive boost amid Alphonso Davies transfer links

Alphonso Davies could be headed for the exit door at Bayern Munich amid reports linking him with a Premier League transfer. 

The 23-year-old, who can play as a left-back or winger, has been negotiating a new contract with the German club as his current deal expires in the summer of 2025.

However, it is believed the Canadian international’s exorbitant wage demands and the Bavarian outfit now seem to be putting their foot down.

 

Bayern are “unwilling” to meet Davies’ demands of €13m per year plus bonuses, according to Kicker (via iMiaSanMia). The Bundesliga champions no longer want to pay “excessive wages” for players as they have done in the past.

Man City, Chelsea, and Liverpool have all been linked with the player, although Real Madrid are widely considered the favourites to sign him.

In October, Davies’ agent Nedal Huoseh said: “There is interest from many teams. I read the same articles on the internet, but in the end we will see what happens in the coming months

“I am sure that Real Madrid can be one of the clubs that would like to sign Davies, along with several English Premier League clubs. They all want to have one of the best left-backs in the world.”

 

Davies just returned to training after suffering a ligament strain in his left knee during Bayern’s 3-1 home win over Borussia Monchengladbach earlier this month.

Who is Alphonso Davies?

Born in Ghana in the year 2000, Alphonso Davies is a speedy left-footed wide player who lines out for Bayern Munich and the Canadian national football team.

Davies joined Bayern from MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps in 2019 and made his debut in January of that year. He has gone on to make 180 appearances for the club, winning the Bundesliga five times, the Uefa Champions League and Fifa Club World Cup, as well two German Cups and the Uefa Super Cup.

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