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Bayern Munich is intensifying efforts to secure Alphonso Davies’ future, as Real Madrid seeks to entice him to join friend David Alaba. The Bavarian club is now nearing Davies’ reported €20 million demands to extend his contract. Davies, 23, whose current contract expires next summer, faces the possibility of being sold this summer if he doesn’t commit to a new deal. Real Madrid has been in contact with him for several months and reportedly reached an agreement with him in March.

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The appointment of Vincent Kompany has spurred Bayern’s renewed interest in retaining Davies, potentially prompting Real Madrid to reconsider their offer. According to reports from BILD via MD, Bayern has upped their salary proposal to €13 million per year, with an additional €4 million in performance-based bonuses.

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Real Madrid typically adheres to a structured pay scale for players, with recent arrivals receiving annual salaries in the range of €11-12 million. Davies would likely be expected to fall within this bracket. While playing for Real Madrid and contending for the Champions League adds allure, it remains uncertain whether Davies will be swayed by these factors.