Manchester United prepared to sell their superstar to Real Madrid in order to secure Bayern Munich’s star prospect.

Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies has arguably being named the best full-back in the world at the mere age of 19. His performance this season especially after winning the Treble with the German side after winning 1-0 against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League finals, earned him the title of one of the best.

His pace, technique, and physicality have caught the attention of every European giant, including Manchester United, who would love to have him in their squad. This interest from the Premier League side interestingly massively bolsters Real Madrid‘s chances of securing their biggest target.

Davies arrived in Germany in 2019 after the Bavarian side paid 10 million euros to the MLS side, Vancouver Whitecaps. Now after establishing himself as one of the most exciting talents, Manchester United are reportedly keen on spending 130 million euros for the Canadian.

The Premier League side have a major problem down their left-flank and Davies could be the ideal solution. Brandon Williams and Luke Shaw are currently the options available for United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Shaw has been suffering from injuries which has made his capability of reaching his potential unreliable. During this season he has gone through two injuries concerning his muscles making him miss out on 17 matches. Meanwhile, Williams is talented yet needs to continue his development to be considered an undisputed option.

Solskjaer believes securing Alphonso would resolve all issues down the left side but would find it difficult to convince Bayern to make their biggest talent available. The fee for Davies will undoubtedly be massive, which will ultimately trigger an equally massive sale from Old Trafford.

Reports suggest that United will be forced to make Paul Pogba available with both Real Madrid and Barcelona keen on securing the French international.

Image Credit – Bayern Munich Facebook

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