Oliver Kahn has confirmed David Alaba is seeking Bayern Munich exit, with Inter and Juventus linked with the 28-year-old.
Alaba will see his contract expire this next June and the legendary German goalkeeper, who is now part of Bayern Munich’s Board of Directors, has confirmed the full-back is not likely to sign a contract extension with the club.
Inter, Juventus and Real Madrid are being linked with securing the player’s services and the Merengues appear to be ahead of the Serie A giants.
“I don’t know what’s going on with his contract extension,” Kahn told Bild.
“We offered a very favourable contract extension, he only had to sign it. However, David and his agent Pini Zahavi did not want to follow this direction,” he added.
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“Apparently, they are looking for a new club and we have to accept it.”
Alaba is a product of Austria Wien and Bayern Munich academies. He joined the Bavarians in 2018 when he was only 17-year-old.
He has 32 goals in 404 games with Bayern Munich.