- Alphonso Davies' contract at Bayern Munich expires in the summer of 2025
- Real Madrid are looking to take advantage of 'the Canadian's desire to leave'
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The Spanish giants climbed to the top of LaLiga at the weekend after edging out an enthralling El Clasico at the Nou Camp, beating bitter rivals Barcelona 2-1 thanks to a second half brace from English superstar Jude Bellingham.
Bellingham has been a revelation for Real Madrid since his £113million move to the Bernabeu, and the club are hoping to continue their excellent work in the transfer market by luring Canadian international Davies next summer.
The Bayern Munich left-back, who has been heavily linked with Real Madrid for several months, has started all nine league matches for the Bundesliga champions so far and chalked up three assists from defence during that period.
Real Madrid are more confident than ever of Alphonso Davies joining the club next summer
Los Blancos struck gold with their £113million signing of Jude Bellingham, whose brace in El Clasico at the weekend inspired Real Madrid to a narrow 2-1 win over bitter rivals Barcelona
It is believed the club and player are in 'total harmony' over the transfer, which is expected to include a fee in the region of £34million to £44m.
Bayern Munich, although reluctant to let Davies go, are aware of the Canadian's desire to leave in pursuit of a new challenge and risk losing him on a free transfer in the summer of 2025 when his contract expires.
The Bavarian outfit are thus in the process of negotiating a fee with Real Madrid, keen not to let one of their star players leave on the cheap.
Madrid have a history of luring Bayern Munich stars on cut-price deals, having signed club legend Toni Kroos for £22m in 2014 and captured Austria international David Alaba on a free transfer two years ago.
Bayern are in the process of 'negotiating a fee with Real Madrid between £34m and £44m'
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