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Bayern Munich board member Oliver Kahn has admitted that the club must ‘accept’ that David Alaba will leave the Allianz Arena in 2021. Manchester United and Manchester City have been linked with a move for Alaba who is now entering the last few months of his contract.
To avoid losing him for nothing in the summer, Bayern may be tempted to sell the Austrian for a wage of his actual worth in the new year which has put a number of European clubs on high alert.
“At the moment I don’t know how that should happen,” the legendary former goalkeeper told Sport Bild when asked if Alaba may stay. “We rolled out the red carpet for David Alaba and went to our limits. David and especially his agent, Pini Zahavi, have not walked that red carpet. It seems like he’s looking around. We have to accept that.”
Alabama, who has won everything there is to win in Germany including the Champions League twice, has the versatility and quality that would appeal to any top club.