FC Bayern star David Alaba is returning to his violet roots: The Austrian buys two percent of Jugendverein Austria Wien and becomes a testimonial.
David Alaba is helping the troubled Vienna Austria. The defensive player puts 500,000 euros on the table for two percent of the violets. That reports the courier on Tuesday.
Vice President Raimund Harreither is said to have brokered the deal. In addition, Alaba is evidently “Austria license brand partnership for medium-sized companies” – this is intended to win medium-sized companies as new partners. The strategic partner Insignia, on the other hand, is said to have not yet transferred any money.
The 28-year-old played in the violets’ junior division between 2002 and 2008. Shortly before his debut for the professionals of Austria, Alaba switched to the offspring of FC Bayern. After all, the 79-time ÖFB team player “only” played games for Austria’s second team in league two.