The Athletic reported on Tuesday that the two clubs had reached an agreement for a base transfer fee of $13 million -- which would already be a record for an MLS export -- with performance-related add-ons that could bring the total to $19 million.
Because Davies is a homegrown player, the Whitecaps will likely be able to keep all of the transfer fee, rather than share a sizable portion with MLS.
According to MLSsoccer.com, Davies will remain with the Whitecaps until the end of the MLS season, as he would not be able to play for Bayern in an official game until he turns 18 in November.
The Whitecaps left Davies out of their squad for last weekend's game, and the MLS site reported he was already in Philadelphia, where Bayern will play Juventus in the International Champions Cup on Wednesday.
New Bayern coach Niko Kovac said at a news conference that he liked what he had seen from Davies.
"Nothing is final yet but it's looking good," Kovac said. "He is a big talent, he's young and very fast."
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