Speaking to a German podcast called “Say Less”, the Canadian star said: “I was brought in to replace Arjen Robben, but when David Alaba was injured, I was used as a full-back. And now, three or four years later, I’m stuck there.” In addition, Davies also added that he is “waiting for the opportunity to get higher”, but it seems unlikely.
Previously, at the end of May, Nick Huoseh – Alphonso Davies’ agent – told Transfermarkt about his intention to leave Bayern, especially in the context of the chaos behind the scenes of Gray Lobster when the club fired CEO Oliver Kahn and Technical director Hasan Salihamidzic.
“Bayern is in turmoil. I don’t know what’s going on and I don’t know who to negotiate with. There is so much uncertainty and uncertainty about the direction of the club.
It might be better if we wait until 2024 and see how things go with the club before we consider signing a new contract. At this point, we are just waiting for a signal from the club,” Huoseh revealed.
Recently, it was reported that Real Madrid was looking to recruit Davies. With the current situation, Los Blancos is fully capable of owning the signature of the 22-year-old star. The only remaining issue is whether Bayern accepts to sell Davies or not, and if so, at what price.
Since joining Bayern, Davies has become one of the top left-backs in the world with a breaking speed. So far, Davies has made 153 appearances for Bayern, contributing 8 goals and 25 assists.
Currently, Davies still has a contract with Bayern until 2025, valued at 70 million euros.