Bayern Munich left-back David Alaba is hasn't signed a new deal with the Bundesliga giant, he has failed to agree on contract terms with Bayern for the third time. David seems to be like the world most sought after upcoming free agents, with the likes of Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus all linked with the Austrian.
Manchester United are also interested in signing the left-back, who is demanding £400,000 a week on a five-year deal. According to Falk report, Bayern Munich has failed in their latest attempt to tie him down with a new contract. It seems the player is heading closer to the exit door and could be free to sign a pre-contract with any club by January.
It is not a surprise to see the 28-year-old demanding that kind of huge contract because it is probably the last big contract of his career, so he would like to push to the most as possible.
David Alaba has been an important player for Bayern Munich in the last couple of years, with the left-back breaking into the team and he is now being used as a centre back. He has also been used as a midfielder for some time.
Alaba has been playing as a centre back for the past couple of seasons and it would be interesting to see if can maintain the position when he plays in a more physical division like the Premier League in England.
Chelsea could sign him as players like Andreas Christensen and Fikayo Tomori are not reliable backup options at the back.
Can David Alaba fit into Chelsea backline?
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