Real Madrid will need to pay more than $65 million to bring Alphonso Davies

Real Madrid are interested in Bayern Munich left-back Alphonso Davies for this summer.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Real Madrid now knows how much it will cost to buy Alphonso Davies
Real Madrid now knows how much it will cost to buy Alphonso Davies
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Real Madrid is on track to build one of the strongest squads in football history. The average age of the Real Madrid team is decreasing as veterans like Luka Modric and Toni Kroos will soon leave the club. Real Madrid is already begging to count more on their young players like Jude Bellingham, Vnicius Jr., Rodrygo, Camavinga, and Tchouameni. Endrick and Arda Guler will also be internal in the squad for the future, and now the club looks to bring in another young star in Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich.

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Real Madrid is interested in signing Davies this summer, and the Canadian player is also intrigued about joining the Spanish giants. Davies' contract with Bayern Munich expires in 2025, and the left-back is reportedly in talks with Bayern for a renewal contract. Bayern Munich is open to sell the player if Davies does not agree on a new deal by June. The German giants do not want to lose Davies for free and have set a price for clubs if they want to sign him this summer.

According to BILD, Bayern Munich has set the price of Alphonso Davies at $75 million. Davies' price tag could be negotiated to be lower since the player's contract is almost running out. Real Madrid are still on a pole position to sign the Canadian soon. Madrid wants to bring in the player either this summer or next summer on a free if he doesn't sign a new contract with Bayern Munich.

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Carlo Ancelotti responds to Alphonso Davies rumors in a press conference

Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti was asked about the Alphonso Davies deal and the club potentially signing a new left-back. Ancelotti said, "We trust Ferland Mendy, same for Fran Garcia. We are ok with these players, as of now".

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