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Bayern Munich's contract showdown with Alphonso Davies: Will he stay or go?

The ongoing saga surrounding Alphonso Davies' contract negotiations with Bayern Munich have reached a critical juncture.

After nearly a year of discussions, Bayern's sporting director, Max Eberl, has stressed the urgency for Davies to make a decision regarding his future with the club.

Reports from Sky Sport suggest that Bayern are no longer willing to wait indefinitely for the 23-year-old Davies' decision. The club's hierarchy are pressing for a resolution this week, indicating their eagerness for clarity on the matter.

According to Sky sources, Bayern has presented Davies with a lucrative contract extension, spanning until 2029, with an annual package totalling approximately €14 million. However, negotiations have hit a snag as Davies' representatives are reportedly seeking an annual salary of €20 million, a figure deemed excessive by Bayern.

In the event of a failure to reach an agreement, Bayern are prepared to consider selling Davies during the upcoming summer transfer window. It's anticipated that his departure could command a transfer fee ranging between €50 and €60 million.

Real Madrid have emerged as a potential destination for Davies, with the Spanish giants expressing interest in the Canadian forward. However, negotiations have been complicated by Real's reluctance to meet Bayern's valuation, preferring a lower transfer fee due to the remaining duration of Davies' contract.

Interestingly, former Bayern star David Alaba, now at Real Madrid, is believed to be playing a role in enticing Davies to join him in Spain. The camaraderie between the two, developed during their time together in Munich, could sway Davies' decision-making process.

With the contract stand-off reaching a critical juncture, the footballing world awaits Davies' verdict: will he commit his future to Bayern Munich or seek a new adventure elsewhere?

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