DAVID ALABA will reportedly depart Bayern Munich in January after the membership failed to satisfy his big pay rise calls for.
This has opened the door for a transfer to European giants Juventus, Barcelona or Man Metropolis who’ve all expressed within the defender, in response to TuttoSport.
Alaba is ready to go away Bayern after contract negotiations collapsedCredit score: EPA
Alaba, 28, is demanding a minimum of £280,000-a-week (£13million-a-year) for a renewal which Bayern are refusing to satisfy.
They believe his agent Pini Zahavi is to blame for his ludicrous demands and have labelled the agent a ‘grasping piranha.’
Former membership president Uli Hoeness mentioned: “He [Alaba] has a grasping piranha for an agent.
“His father, whom I like quite a bit, he’s letting himself be influenced by him very a lot.
“It’s purely about cash.
“For those who solely knew what Mr Zahavi calls for just for himself for David’s signature for an eight-figure sum.”
However as he’s out of contract subsequent summer season it could be within the membership’s greatest curiosity to money in on him now to stop him leaving on a free.
This implies he can signal a pre-agreement with a brand new group from January 1 to February 1 subsequent 12 months.
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TuttoSport additionally declare that Juve are leading the race for his signature and are ready to match his outlandish calls for.
They are saying the Serie A champions are keen to do no matter it takes to signal him and have the means to take action as they did not take an enormous monetary hit through the coronavirus pandemic.
The identical cannot be mentioned about Barca, who might be priced out of a transfer proper now as they are currently facing bankruptcy.
However Juve may face stiff competitors from City who have been interested in him for a long time.
Pep Guardiola is in dire want of a brand new defender and will have the sting in negotiations as he developed a relationship with Alaba when he was supervisor at Bayern.