Real Madrid no longer interested in signing this €70million player

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Alphonso Davies, the dynamic Canadian left-back, is reportedly reconsidering his future at Bayern Munich after Real Madrid’s interest in him has waned, according to Christian Falk.

Davies has been a key target for the Spanish giants over the past year as they looked to secure a long-term solution for their left-back position. However, the recent form of Ferland Mendy and decisions from the coaching staff, including praise from manager Carlo Ancelotti, have led to a shift in Real Madrid’s transfer priorities.

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Davies, whose contract with Bayern runs until 2025, was expected to be available for a relatively reduced price in the upcoming transfer window. Despite this, and earlier signs of a potential departure, the latest developments have prompted Davies to consider a prolonged stay in Bavaria.

Davies is now open to the possibility of remaining with Bayern “for many years,” a significant turn of events given the initial speculation surrounding his future.

The cooling of interest from Real Madrid is largely attributed to the outstanding performances of Mendy, who has cemented his place in Ancelotti’s plans and has received considerable admiration from the veteran coach.

This situation has positioned Mendy as a key player for Real Madrid moving forward, thereby reducing the immediate need to bring in a replacement or competitor like Davies.

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