David Alaba, Bayern Munich football player might leave Bayern Munich at the end of the summer after Bayern Munch President Withdraw latest Contract offer.

David Alaba

President of Bayern Munich has withdrawn their offer of a new five-year contract for a defender David Alaba After the Austria international’s representatives rejected their latest proposal.

Alaba is out of contract next summer and he has also been linked with a move to the Premier League.

However, his potential exit from Bayern Munich has just taken a remarkable step forward.

After he helped the club to the treble last season, Bayern Munich hoped that David Alaba would lengthen his stay.

Alaba has continued to feature prominently for Bayern Munich this season.

Bayern Munich is no longer willing to agree on a new contract with defender David Alaba.

Which Premier League Club Would be the Best for David Alaba?

David Alaba now looks set to leave the Champions League winner on a free transfer next summer, with Real Madrid, Juventus, or Real Madrid.

Among the club’s interest, he can definitely sign a pre-contract agreement as of Jan 1, 2021.

Bayern Munich offered Alaba a five year deal with an annual salary of around 11 million, which would have gone up to £15m with also bonuses

Since 2008. The football player has been playing for Bayern Munich.

If David Alaba signs a new deal, it would definitely be a big blow for Bayern Munich.

Considering the fact he has been one of their best players for so long.

However, he played a key role in the club winning nine Bundesliga titles and of course two Champions League honors.

Meanwhile, he can play as a full-back or central or defender and has won two Uefa Champions League titles with the club.

Nevertheless,  Alaba has won nine league titles and six German Cups. For Bayern Munich, he has made 394 appearances and scored 31 goals.

The football player has played at Bayern Munich for all of his professional careers.

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