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Bayern Provide Ominous Update on Alphonso Davies Latest Transfer

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Max Eberl, the new sporting director of Bayern Munich, hinted that Alphonso Davies would be offloaded by the Bavarians this summer.

Alphonso Davies’ time at Bayern Munich could be coming to an end. The Bavarians, although determined not to lose their star full-back, risk losing the Canada international for free in 2025 when his contract expires. And on Monday, it was reported that Davies had verbally agreed to join Madrid.

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In his opening press conference, the recently appointed Bayern sporting director described the Davies position as follows: “No club wants to lose players for free… of course. We already had discussions with his agent, so I will now try to continue the conversation. I have to see how the situation is.”

Eberl also explained the criteria for the Bavarians’ soon-to-be-vacant managerial post: “We want a coach who fits with the club and its ambitions – who also fits with the ideas that Christoph and I have about the squad. Players like Tel and Musiala, are young players who need to play. Other big clubs like Real Madrid managed to integrate Camavinga and Tchouameni into a midfield with Kroos, Modric and Casemiro. That’s the sort of coach we need. We need a coach who wants to work with these kinds of players. Language? He has to speak a language that we all speak, German or English. It’s a criterion but not an excluding one. There are candidates.”

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Eberl shows up in the midst of chaos. After trailing a Bayer Leverkusen team that was on the rise in the title fight, Tuchel is expected to go at the end of the current campaign. Cornerstones Davies and Joshua Kimmich’s futures appear to be uncertain in the interim.

It appears that the left-back will be leaving Bayern this summer or the next. He appears to be a part of Tuchel‘s lineup until then, though. He had an MCL strain against Borussia Monchengladbach in early February, from which he is now rehabilitating.

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