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Manchester City is aware that a transfer target is moving to Real Madrid.
Manchester City are aware that Alphonso Davies will join Real Madrid despite their interest in the Canadian international.

That’s according to Graeme Bailey.

So, what’s the latest on Manchester City’s target Alphonso Davies? Let us have a look.

Manchester City knows Alphonso Davies will join Real Madrid.
The Citizens are looking for a new left-back due to a dearth of natural choices in that position.

Josko Gvardiol, a conventional central defender, has been playing on the left this season and has struggled at times, but a transfer for Davies appears to have been ruled out by Txiki Begiristain as Real Madrid closes in, according to Bailey.

The HITC Football writer stated, “Davies is on their radar, but I believe they are aware he is on his way to Real Madrid.” That’s my understanding. They’ve been working on this for 18 months. He will undoubtedly go there, as is their intention.

“I think they (Manchester City) will look at signing another left-back this summer.”


The Bayern Munich No.19 has been one of Europe’s best players in his position in recent years, most notably helping the German club win the UEFA Champions League in 2020 with four assists in eight matches.

Manchester City’s choices at left-back
Davies isn’t the only left-back Manchester City has been connected with.

According to 90min, Begiristain is pondering a deal for Inter Milan No.32 Federico Dimarco, who lauded Ederson after the Italian team lost the UEFA Champions League final in Istanbul.

According to SPORT in Spain, there was also substantial interest in Barcelona’s No. 3 Alejandro Balde, however Manchester City has subsequently turned down the Spain international.

Given Guardiola and Begiristain’s ties to Xavi and Barcelona, we believe a move is still possible.

Keep an eye on the situation as Manchester City looks to move on from their interest in Davies.

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