Talks over a new contract with David Alaba at Bayern Munich has reportedly stalled due to the player’s wage demands.
Alaba has been constantly involved in Bayern’s first team since he broke into the team in 2010 and has cemented a place since making him one of the finest in his position in Europe.
The contract has stalled due to Bayern Munich’s unwillingness to meet the defender’s collective wage demands which is in the region of €20million according to reports from Bild.
Manchester City and PSG are on alert as Pep Guardiola who has already worked with the defender during his time at Bayern is an admirer of the 28-year-old.
Bild further reports that the agent of Alaba is now ” threatening the possibility of a free transfer” when Alaba’s contract comes to an end next summer.
If Bayern are unsatisfied with the defender’s demands, they could be forced to sell the defender in the next few weeks than loose him for free.
The versatile defender can play everywhere in the backline and also play in defensive midfield making his likes a hot cake in the market.
He partnered with Jerome Boateng in the just ended Bundesliga season and City have set sight on signing the 28-year-old this summer to partner with Laporte.
Kalidou Koulibaly of Napoli and Bournemouth’s Nathan Ake have also been strongly linked with a move to the Etihad as Pep Guardiola seeks to strengthen his defense.
Alaba stared in both final games of Bayern Munich in the final day of the Bundesliga and the DFB Pokal scoring in the 16th minute against Bayern Leverkusen.