Alphonso Davies (23), who is currently connecting with Real Madrid, has expressed his intention to stay at Bayern Munich. He felt comfortable at Bayern Munich and vowed to do his best for his club and fans. Bayern Munich and Davis have recently renewed their contract, increasing the possibility of joining the club.
“I am very comfortable in Bayern Munich. I am playing for one of the best clubs in Europe and an amazing place. I am only focusing on doing my best for my team and fans,” Davis said in an interview with German media Kicker on the 29th (Korea time). He denied rumors that he would move to Real Madrid, and expressed his intention to stay in Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich’s contract with key players including Davis, Jojua Kimmich (28) and Leroy Zane (28) will be narrowed down to within a year this summer. It is said that although Kimmich, Bayern Munich has yet to start negotiations with you on renewal of contract, it has already sent a considerable offer to Davis. In order to keep Davis in check, Bayern Munich offered a more attractive offer to the player than Real Madrid.
Spanish media Marca reported on Monday that Bayern Munich is doing its best to renew the contract with Davis. The amount offered by Bayern Munich has exceeded the ceiling of Real Madrid. “Davis has to give up his salary to sign with Real Madrid.”
Earlier, the biggest reason why the two sides did not make progress on renewing their contracts was the “salary” issue, which seems to have been solved. Davis asked Bayern Munich for an annual salary of 15 million euros (about 21.6 billion won), but Bayern Munich decided that Davis’s performance this season was unfortunate and offered a lower salary. After a series of talks, the two sides narrowed their differences and became closer to renewing their contracts.
Debuting with the Vancouver Whitecaps, Davis won the attention of the European big leagues by breaking various records of the U.S. Major League Soccer and the Canadian national team. Bayern Munich, which highly valued Davis’ talent, had high expectations for him, investing 14 million euros (about 20.2 billion won) which was not verified at the time. Having joined Bayern Munich, Davis dominated the team at left-back position with his explosive speed. 월카지노
Davis has emerged as the world’s best left-back by defeating opponents with tremendous speed in the German Bundesliga and the Uefa Champions League. Having played 179 games (9 goals and 28 assists) with Bayern Munich, he has made splendid achievements including five German Bundesliga championships, one UCL championship and one German Football Confederation (DFB) Pokal championship.