Alphonso Davies' excessive pay demands from Bayern Munich throw doubt on a new deal.

As the left-back demands a significant salary increase during contract negotiations, Alphonso Davies' future at Bayern Munich is in jeopardy. 

Bayern is keen to sign the Canada international to a new contract because his current one expires in 2025. 

The departure of director Hasan Salihamidzic interrupted the initial round of negotiations earlier this year.  

Conversations have been reopened with the new sporting director, Christoph Freund, but according to Sport Bild 

Davies is asking for a lot more money than he did previously. 

At Bayern, Davies was first expected to sign a contract that would have paid him about €12 million (£10 million/$13 million) a season—a significant increase. 

The full-back has been tipped to follow in the footsteps of ex-Bayern team-mate David Alaba in leaving the Bavarian side for Real Madrid. 

While talks are likely to continue between Davies and Bayern, they will first turn their attention to their upcoming match against Eintracht Frankfurt 

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