Real Madrid move closer to signing David Alaba with exceptional contract offer
Real Madrid have made a concrete offer with Bayern Munich defender David Alaba and hope to secure a deal to sign the Austrian on a free transfer in the coming days.
Alaba has now entered the final six months of his contract at the Allianz Arena, and Bayern officials have publicly admitted on several occasions that talks with the defender have ended without a positive resolution.
This means that Alaba is now free to speak with other clubs across Europe, and according to Marca, Los Blancos are doing everything possible to make their way to the front of the queue for his signing.
Los Blancos have reportedly offered the 28-year-old a four-year contract worth a whopping € 10million (£ 9million) per season in a bid to secure an Alaba engagement soon, before the other parties do not begin to mobilize.
We have heard similar reports that Chelsea are ‘convinced’ they can win Alaba with their own successful bid, but links with Madrid have always appeared more concrete and the defender is known to be keen on a move to the Santiago Bernabeu.
However, according to Fabrizio RomanoAlaba has received no less than five informal proposals from clubs across Europe, and the Bayern man is yet to make a final decision.
It is understood that Alaba is hopeful that they can announce their next move in the coming days, and given the level of competition for his signing, Los Blancos have moved quickly to try to convince Alaba to make the move.
Manager Zinedine Zidane has made it clear that he wants Alaba in his squad due to his ability to shine both at left-back and center-back, and it is suggested that the Austrian be seen as a replacement. potential of Sergio Ramos, who will also be out of contract in the summer.
Publicly, Zidane has always distanced himself from a move to Alaba, recently tell reporters that he wouldn’t talk about players from other teams.
Behind the scenes, it seems like Real are talking a lot about Alaba, who appear to be getting closer to a dream transfer to the Bernabeu.
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