These are the latest developments in the football transfer market as of November 15.
**1. Bayern Munich Losing Alphonso Davies?**
– According to Abendzeitung Munich, Bayern Munich might lose Alphonso Davies. The Canadian player reportedly does not want to extend his contract and aims to join Real Madrid next season. While Bayern is not willing to part with him easily, the club is preparing for his departure and is considering Alejandro Grimaldo from Bayer Leverkusen as a replacement. Grimaldo’s market value is estimated at €25 million, and his contract with Leverkusen runs until 2027.
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**2. Manchester United’s Internal Strife: Ratcliffe Steps In**
– Jim Ratcliffe, the head of Ineos and partial owner of Manchester United, is reportedly involving himself in the club’s affairs. Ratcliffe is urging reconciliation between United’s coach, Ten Hag, and player Sancho. Sancho was excluded from the first team for criticizing his coach. Ratcliffe believes that resolving this dispute is crucial, especially given the club’s current crisis. Sancho’s future at Manchester is uncertain, with Juventus continuing to show interest, according to the Daily Mail.
**3. McCourt’s Lavish Spending at Marseille**
– According to L’Équipe, Marseille’s owner, Frank McCourt, has spent extravagant sums since his arrival. Despite significant investments totaling €500 million since the club’s acquisition in October 2016, Marseille, seeking a trophy since 2012, remains in a challenging situation.