TMW: Bayern Munich turn to Theo Hernandez as Real Madrid plot Davies move

By Oliver Fisher -

Real Madrid are interested in signing Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich and that could cause a knock-on effect involving Theo Hernandez, a report claims.

According to TMW, Bayern are braced for an attempt by Real Madrid to sign the Canada international Alphonso Davies. Los Blancos got David Alaba from the Bavarians, and are now looking to poach their left-back too.

For this reason, Bayern are already taking precautions and Theo Hernandez’s name is top on the list made by the German club’s management.

His brother Lucas – six months after his cruciate ligament injury – has just returned to training and there is a chance that he could unite and play with his brother Theo.

However, it will be a far from easy pursuit for Bayern should they lose Davies and go for Theo, given that Milan have absolutely no intention of losing one of their most important players in the project.

Tags AC Milan theo hernandez


  1. I wonder how some “fans” come to the site that we need to invest to get better players to improve the squad but has soon some team with more money then us comes looking for our best players said “fans” come saying to sell like if we would to sell Theo wich is the best left back in world for like 80 millions we would lose the best left back in World and then would need to spend 35+ millions in a player that has the quality to be a backup of the best left back in World wich then said “fans” would come crying that the got worst and stuff like that!

    1. Milan does need to invest. Milan also does not have much money. If you did not notice this.
      Milan sold players that were much better than theo before.
      And lb is not a hard position to fill if you have the means.. 80M€ qualifies as those means.
      Ofc its best to keep him and generate money some other way but reality is often harsh and you do what you gotta do

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