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Future completely open: What happens to Bayern's Davies?


Highlights: Alphonso Davies has been the subject of transfer rumours this summer. The 22-year-old defender has a contract until 2025 with FC Bayern Munich. The Canadian international is currently recovering from a torn muscle bundle. Real Madrid are said to be interested in the full-back, who has two years left on his contract at the Allianz Arena. Davies' advisor Nick Huoseh has said that his client's future is completely open, from the end of his career at Bayern to a departure.

Where Alphonso Davies will play in the future is unclear, despite a contract until 2025. Above all, the advisor of the Bayern star is fueling the transfer rumors.

Munich – A number of players are on the horizon at FC Bayern Munich this summer. Lucas Hernandez is likely to move to Paris Saint-Germain, while his fellow defender Benjamin Pavard also wants to leave the record champions. Alphonso Davies has also been the subject of transfer rumours recently. The 22-year-old has now commented on his future – and his advisor once again had his say.

Alphonso Davies
Born:2 November 2000 (age 22 years), Buduburam, Ghana
Association:FC Bayern Munich (contract until 2025)
Market value:70 million euros

Will he stay with the record champions? Davies' 'main goal is to play for Bayern'

Davies said in an interview with the Canadian portal that he was aware of the speculation about his person – but he did not find it worrying. "The transfer rumours are there, but at the end of the day they're just rumours," said the 22-year-old Munich defender, who Real Madrid are said to be interested in.

"I still have two years left at Bayern. My main goal is to play for Bayern and help the team as much as possible," said the Canadian.

Will he stay at FC Bayern? Is he leaving the record champions? Alphonso Davies' future is completely open. © Imago / ZUMA Press

Recently injured Bayern full-back Davies is "very healthy" again

His agent Nick Huoseh had recently spoken of a "chaotic time" in the management team of Bayern. The player himself stepped on the brakes at least a little in this case: "You can see that there is a change in management, but that has no influence on the players," said the full-back. "For me, it's important to play for the club I'm at."

Davies missed the season finale of the record champions due to a torn muscle bundle. He has since recovered, he told the portal. He now feels "very healthy" again, said the Canadian international.

"He could move": Advisor comments on the future of FCB star Davies

Currently, Davies is "happy at Bayern," his advisor Househ told the portal. "He's won a number of titles at Bayern and they're a good club, one of the top clubs in the world." Therefore, there are "only a few clubs to which an athlete like Alphonso Davies can go."


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Nevertheless, the future of the FCB star is completely open, from the end of his career at Bayern to a departure, everything is possible, according to the agent. "He could change," Huoseh said of his Canadian client, who has been playing for FC Bayern since 2019. Apparently, the Munich team could find what they are looking for in Barcelona in their search for a successor to Davies.

"We don't know what's going to happen": Is Davies leaving FC Bayern?

According to Huoseh, there is "a lot to navigate." He "spoke to other clubs – they wrote to us and spoke to us," said the full-back's agent.

Of the interested parties, the Davies side has "not yet had a detailed conversation with anyone," Huosee said, and his client "still has two years of contract." However, the advisor added tellingly with a view to a possible departure of the 22-year-old: "We don't know what will happen in a year's time."

While Davies could leave the record champions, a first addition for the new season has now been confirmed: Konrad Laimer is moving to FC Bayern. (wuc)

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2023-06-10

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