Bayern Munich will no longer be offering David Alaba a contract extension as they have withdrawn their offer to extend his stay, MySportDab reports.
Looks like the Austrian will be making the after end of season and it be as a free agent after no agreement was reached.
David Alaba and Bayern Munich have failed to come to an agreement for a new contract for the Austria player.
Chelsea and other top clubs were linked with a move earlier but after the Bavarian manager confirmed he won’t be leaving.
But right now according to latest reports the player might be making the move elsewhere after the end of season.
Bayern Munich have withdrawn their contract offer to David Alaba after failing to teach an agreement with the player, according to GOAL.
Bayern president Herbert Hainer says the club set a deadline of 31 October to reach an agreement.
And they have decided to end discussions after Alaba’s agent indicated their latest offer was not acceptable.
The defender’s current deal expires at the end of the season and with the newest update it looks like no deal will be made.
If an agreement isn’t reached then Alaba will be free to discuss terms with rival clubs from January.