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Real Madrid’s Doubts Over Alphonso Davies Transfer After Recent Injury

For months, Real Madrid have been rumored to have had their eye on Alphonso Davies from FC Bayern. The Canadian is usually considered one of the Royals’ main targets in the upcoming transfer summer. In the meantime, however, the first doubts are said to have arisen.

Although “fichajes.net” confirms that Alphonso Davies continues to play a major role in Real Madrid’s transfer plans, the portal also claims to have learned that the left-back’s recent injury is causing “concern” among the Royals.

Davies recently suffered a medial ligament strain during FC Bayern’s 3-1 win against Borussia Mönchengladbach. The Munich team only officially stated that the 23-year-old had to take a break, but “Bild” announced that the Maple Leafs national player would be out for two to three weeks.

The injury should be a thing of the past by the summer, but people in Madrid are expected to be skeptical as Davies’ young career was repeatedly slowed down by injuries. In 2022/23 alone he missed 13 competitive games for the German record champions.

Davies is not yet a guarantee of performance at FC Bayern in 2023/24

A circumstance that is said to have raised doubts at Real as to whether Davies would be able to consistently deliver good performances on the pitch again. Over the course of the season, voices were repeatedly raised that Davies had suffered a decline in performance. So far in 2023/24, the North American has played 27 competitive games in which, by his standards, he has managed three assists and one goal.

According to “fichajes.net”, a transfer in the Spanish capital is far from over, but Real President Florentino Pérez could reconsider a commitment if one does not come to the conclusion that Davies is physically capable of being the bone-milling professional -To withstand football.

2024-02-05 17:01:00
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