Bayern Munich to Pay Vancouver Whitecaps FC €1million Should Alphonso Davies Win the Champions League

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Bayern Munich would pay the Vancouver Whitecaps part of some agreed bonuses in Alphonso Davies contract should they win the UEFA Champions League.

Of the several bonuses agreed on between Bayern Munich and the Vancouver Whitecaps during the transfer of Alphonso Davies, the Germans would have to pay a sum of €1million to the MLS outfit if they win the Champions League on Sunday, according to transfermarkt.

Transfermarkt confirmed through their sources, a Sport Bild report, that the Whitecaps would receive €1million should Bayern win the UEFA Champions League, however, the bonus would only be activated should if Davies in the starting lineup on the match day.

The German champions are in the semi-finals of the competition and would have to see off a strong-willed Olympique Lyon side to progress to the finals. Olympique Lyon have proven to be a force in this year’s Campaign, having eliminated both Juventus and Manchester City to reach the semi-finals.

Should Bayern Munich progress to the finals, a highly-anticipated Champions League showdown with Paris St. Germain awaits, after PSG booked their finals ticket with a 3-0 victory over RB Leipzig Tuesday.

Since the Bavarians signed Alphonso Davies in 2018 for €10 million, plus €6 million, the Canadian born has risen through the ranks, sporadically becoming one of Europe’s elite full-backs.

From a Bayern Munich point of view, the Alphonso Davies deal is already one of their best bits of business, regardless of having to pay the Whitecaps a Champions League bonus.

The 19-year-old is one of the hottest talents on the planet, and he currently has a market value of over €60 million, according to transfermarkt’s valuation.

Other additional bonuses include the number of games played for Bayern, the number of goals scored, a potential Ballon d’Or trophy, and a percentage of any future transfer.

Alphonso Davies recently penned a new contract with Bayern Munich to keep him in the club until 2025.

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