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Bayern Munich speedster has already spoken to a Real Madrid star amid transfer links – report



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Alphonso Davies has emerged as a hot topic at Real Madrid following the end of the summer transfer window.

As the club prepare themselves for a crucial 2024, they have already started planning ahead with the left-back position emerging as one of the problem areas.

Real Madrid have been linked with a move for Davies, as a long-term fix in the left-back position.

Davies has spoken to a Real Madrid player

In the midst of speculation linking him with a move to Santiago Bernabeu next summer, Davies appeared to have spoken to a Real Madrid player recently.

This has been reported by journalist Jose Felix Diaz (via Twitch), who suggests that there is no little guessing about who the defender might have spoken to.

Indeed, Real Madrid’s David Alaba could become a crucial asset for the club as they look to convince Davies to move to the Bernabeu next season.

Regarded as one of the best young fullbacks in the world, the Canadian had worked with Alaba during their time at Bayern before the Austrian eventually joined Real Madrid.

Agent Alaba?

Agent David Alaba to help Real Madrid? (Photo by JORGE GUERRERO/AFP via Getty Images)

But Alaba still holds a lot of respect among the existing Bayern Munich stars, as most of them had shared the dressing room with the defender for quite some time.

Davies is no exception, though the logistics of signing the speedy full-back could prove to be tricky for Real Madrid.

The youngster still has a contract at Bayern Munich that does not expire until 2025, meaning he will be entering the final year of his contract

Bayern are understood to have offered Davies a renewal, but the Canadian international has so far rejected the approaches.

Should things change on that front, though, the Spanish giants have no shortage of alternatives in the market with Chelsea’s Ian Maatsen emerging as a cost-effective option.

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Vinicius reacts after Real Madrid 2-0 Las Palmas: “Have to keep improving”



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There were multiple storylines in play on Wednesday night when Real Madrid hosted Las Palmas. For starters, it marked the Merengues’ return to winning ways after a small hiccup. It was also the night that saw the team return to the pinnacle of La Liga standings.

Yet, Vinicius Jr.’s return to the field is perhaps one of the key takeaways. The 23-year-old came on for the final 30 minutes and attempted a stunning 6 dribbles in his limited time on the field.

The Selecao star reached his 100th La Liga win with Real Madrid last night and spoke about the same to the media after the full-time whistle.

“These are very beautiful moments and many victories. Reaching 100 so fast with this shirt is very important, but I don’t want to stop here. I want to continue with another 100, 200, or 300 to be in the history of this club. I want to continue winning and adding titles.”

Commenting about the team’s general rhythm in the final third and the performance against Las Palmas in particular, Vinicius said,

“We are all very happy to continue adding and improving. We have to do it this way. Making goals things easier. Today we have taken a while, but in the end, things always come out when we create many chances.”

The youngster was expected to miss eight games through injury initially but worked hard to ensure a return well ahead of time. He commented on his sensations and the process of working his way back to fitness.

“I am very happy to come back after a month. It seems that it is not enough, but for me, it has been hard days of work in the morning, afternoon, and night to get here with my best version. I have to keep improving to get the pace of the game.”

Vinicius also spoke about the feeling of helplessness he felt sitting on the bench through injury and how the medical staff assisted him through the accelerated recovery.

“All doctors and physios are waiting on the injured players so that we can return as soon as possible. It’s sad not to be able to help our team. The work is very hard. We have to do gym, and physiotherapy, but the club gives us everything to do it with quality and as quickly as possible.”

Finally, the Brazilian phenom took a moment to appreciate the fans for all the love showered on him through thick and thin.

“Very happy to receive this affection from the fans. Whenever I come here and put on this t-shirt, or when I go out, the fans love me very much.”

“I am very happy for this and for being back and being able to help. We have to remain strong to win La Liga and the important points that we have left,” he added.

Source: Real Madrid website

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