Davies puts contract talks on hold despite the handshake deal with FC Bayern

The dismissals of Hasan Salihamidzic and CEO Oliver Kahn at Bayern also affect Alphonso Davies’ contract extension – which was actually sealed with a handshake.

The Canadian player’s advisor has now announced that the planned expansion of the cooperation beyond 2025 is to be put on hold for the time being. A basic agreement had probably already been reached with the old Bayern management.

There has recently been a somewhat larger question mark behind Alphonso Davies’ Bayern future. The reason: Nedal Huoseh, the Canadian player’s advisor, is dissatisfied with the current developments on Säbener Straße around the big Bosse earthquake on Saturday.

“It’s a chaotic time at Bayern Munich. I’m not sure what’s going on and who we’re going to be dealing with. There seems to be too much instability and uncertainty about the club’s direction,” Huoseh told the BILD newspaper. And further: “Perhaps it is better if we wait until 2024 and see how things develop with the club before moving on to a new contract.”

The Davies consultant was recently in Munich to talk about a contract offer negotiated by Hasan Salihamidzic. The Canadian’s contract should be extended in the long term beyond 2025, only financial points still had to be clarified. According to the “Bild” there should even have been a handshake between the old Bayern bosses and Househ, who decided on a basic agreement.

Bayern remains the first point of contact for Davies side

As “Transfermarkt” reporter Manuel Veth reports, the Munich team is still the first point of contact for the Davies side, despite the currently complicated situation. Accordingly, there is currently only a lot of ambiguity about who is currently in charge of the record champions. FC Bayern is currently looking for a new sports director after Salihamidzic left, but they want to take their time with the search.

Either way, this setback in contract poker for the Canadian should in turn please many other top European clubs. The 22-year-old left-back has reportedly been courted by Real Madrid and Manchester City for a long time.

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