MUNICH (AP) — Two-time Champions League winner David Alaba is on course to leave Bayern Munich after the club said talks on a new contract broke down.
Bayern set a deadline for the end of October for the Austrian and his agent to respond to a “very fair” contract offer, Club President Herbert Hainer told Blickpunkt Sport on Sunday. When that date passed without an agreement, the offer was withdrawn, Hainer said.
“The answer was that the offer was still unsatisfactory and that we should keep thinking,” Hainer said. “After that we decided to take the offer completely off the table. That means that there is no longer an offer.”
Hainer added that the deadline gave Bayern “clarity” to plan for the future.
“We would regret it very much if we have to go different ways,” Hainer said.
Alaba has made 271 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern since joining in 2008. He has won nine German titles and the Champions League in 2013 and 2020.