Alphonso Davies’ (22) adviser was irritated by the situation at Bayern Munich and indicated that the quake in the sporting leadership could also have an impact on his protégé’s planned contract extension.
In the Picture said Davies’ agent Nedal Huoseh (53): “It’s a chaotic time at Bayern Munich. I’m not sure what’s going on and who we’ll be dealing with. (…) There seems to be too much instability and to give uncertainty as to the direction of the club.”
Davies is under contract with FCB until 2025. Advisor Huoseh is in Munich to clarify the early extension. The deal has already been prepared – but still with the old sports director Hasan Salihamidzic. After winning the German championship on Saturday, he had to go, as did CEO Oliver Kahn.
Huoseh is still in the Bavarian state capital until Wednesday, execution is no longer reported. On the contrary, he suggests that the rotation in the top management of the German record champions could significantly delay contract talks: “Maybe it’s better if we wait until 2024 and see how things develop with the club before we become one transfer to a new contract.”
A delay in the talks with Davies is certainly not in the interests of Bayern, who would be under great pressure in the negotiations in a year’s time. In the past few weeks there have also been rumors that well-known clubs are interested in the left-back. Manchester City and Real Madrid are said to have kept an eye on Davies.
Ex-club boss Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is to be admitted to the FCB supervisory board on Tuesday. The 67-year-old will largely take care of transfer planning and squad policy before a new head of sport is found. Davies’ personalities should then initially fall within his area of responsibility.