FC Bayern is working on a contract extension with Alphonso Davies. In the summer, the talks could get hot. In order to bind the left-back in the long term, the German record champions would probably have to lure him with a salary increase.
According to football reporter Manuel Veth, FC Bayern has already approached Alphonso Davies regarding a contract extension. The 22-year-old is tied to the club until 2025. As it goes on, a decision will not be made until summer.
FC Bayern have “priority” with Davies. But the Canadian knows his worth, writes Veth. As the journalist speculates, Davies could move up to Kingsley Coman’s pay grade on Säbener Strasse. According to “Sport1”, the French winger earns around 17 million euros per season.
According to the TV station, however, Davies should collect ten to 15 million euros a year. “Bild” football boss Christian Falk reported on “Caught Offside” that the defender is currently pocketing around nine million euros.
FC Bayern: Top clubs have Alphonso Davies on the list
The Canadian World Cup driver has made a steep ascent at FC Bayern in recent years. In January 2019, Davies came to the Bundesliga as a blank slate from MLS club Vancouver Whitecaps. The 22-year-old finally made the leap to become an international top player on Säbener Straße.
The development arouses desires at the same time. According to “Sky” information, Davies is “definitely on the list” for both Real Madrid and Manchester City.
In the current season, the left foot’s performance has often been criticized as too careless and defensively weak, but he was repeatedly given confidence both under Julian Nagelsmann and most recently under his successor Thomas Tuchel.