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Journalist now claims £132,000-a-week Man City target could be sold, club unhappy with his performances.

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A journalist now asserts that a £132,000-per-week target for Manchester City may be transferred because the club is dissatisfied with his performances.Nevertheless, Bayern Munich are reportedly unwilling to pay that sum due to the 23-year-old’s unsatisfactory performance over the past few months.

 

Davies, whose current contract expires in June 2025, will be made available for purchase in 2024 if no progress can be made in negotiations, according to Plettenburg.In fact, Bayern Munich may decide to sell Alphonso Davies, a player being pursued by Manchester City, due to his lackluster performances.

According to Florian Plettenburg of Sky Germany, this is the case.What is the latest regarding Alphonso Davies, a target of Manchester City? Let’s examine it…

 

Alphonso Davies is marketable.

Although Bayern Munich had no intention of selling the Canadian international, his demands could force the German titans into an untenable position.

 

Davies, according to Plettenburg, is seeking an annual compensation of €10 million to €13 million (£8.6 million to £11.2 million) in exchange for signing a new contract at the Allianz Arena.

 

At present, his yearly salary is £6.9 million, or £132,000 per week.It follows a 90-minute report that Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing the Canadian, as Pep Guardiola seeks to acquire a new left-back for the Etihad Stadium.In 20 appearances for Bayern Munich thus far this season, Davies has contributed three assists and has been issued two yellow cards.

 

Manchester City will contend with Alphonso Davies.

Not only Manchester City is interested in Davies.

 

Plettenburg further states that Real Madrid are also interested in signing the sprinter from Buduburam.Indeed, as David Alaba did in 2021, Bayern Munich is concerned that Davies will exhaust his contract in order to join Real Madrid on a free transfer in 2025, according to a report from Mundo Deportivo in Spain.

 

Consequently, it will be difficult for Manchester City to persuade Davies to waive Real Madrid’s invitation; historically, only a handful of players have declined the Spanish titans.

 

Ensure that you remain vigilant regarding this evolving situation, as additional updates are anticipated.

 

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