The Canadian international has enjoyed a seasonal rise to prominence in Germany, but must keep fighting for big minutes and silverware.
Alfonso Davis is anxious to say that he has “not run out of time with Bayern”, the Canadian international is determined to win more trophies because he is dreaming at Allianz Arena.
The 20-year-old girl with the jet heel has enjoyed the heights of fame. In recent years, standing under the brightest wires of spotlights in Germany has been embraced by the MLS in 2018 after the Vancouver White Caps left.
Davis has competed in 84 events for Bayern, winning the Bundesliga and the Champions League on the way, but is aware that if he wants to watch more minutes and claim more medals with the European superpower If so, high quality should be maintained.
What has been said?
Davis said. CNN As for his ambitions, Byron is trying to replicate his efforts from 2020 when he won six trophies in a memorable 12 months: “We know it won’t be easy. It will be really difficult. But with me as a team It feels like you can do it again
“My time with Bayern is not over. I still have many years left and a lot of trophies to win, so I’m excited for the future.”
Does Davis feel settled in Byron?
Davis set an MLS transfer record from Vancouver to Munich, with Bayern fully aware of his potential.
The Ghana-born star has faced some of the toughest challenges and has recently stopped pinching himself and started feeling like he is in a famous company.
“Words really can’t explain it,” Davis said after joining Byron.
“In my mind, I was thinking that there is no way these people are real people. And then. [Arjen] Rubin walks into the room, and this is a real man, not a cartoon.
“[I] He waved his hand and introduced himself, very polite, polite man, it was amazing.
“What I’ve achieved has been amazing. When I had the chance, I said to myself, ‘Take your chance’ and I took it.”