According to current media reports, Bayern are working on an early contract extension with Alphonso Davies. Accordingly, there have already been initial positive talks between the club and the player. As has now become known, the Canadian would also like to stay at FCB.
In the winter of 2019, Davies joined FC Bayern as a promising young talent from the MLS. The winger has quickly earned a regular spot in Munich and has developed into an absolute key player at the record champion in recent years.
While Davies has played as a left-back for a long time, he has recently been allowed to play regularly as a track player and has also made a strong impression there. Julian Nagelsmann is not the only one who has firm plans for the 22-year-old; the Bayern bosses also want to tie Davies down for the long term.
First talks went positively
The „Sport BILD“ last revealed that there was an first meeting between Davies‘ advisor and Bayern officials a few weeks ago. According to the „kicker“, these exploratory talks were positive. Accordingly, the Canadian is also said to be interested in an extension. A transfer is currently out of the question for Davies.
The reason: the 2026 World Cup in his own country is to be a career highlight for the defender. Until the tournament, he would therefore like to „stay in his familiar environment“.
Davies is currently tied to Bayern until 2025. However, it is clear that the Munich club will certainly offer the Canadian international a longer term than 2026. According to „Sport BILD“ information, though, they will have to make a significant increase in salary. According to rumors, Davies currently earns less than 10 million euros per year at FC Bayern. With an extension, the salary is likely to rise significantly.