Bayern Munich’s defensive all-rounder David Alaba is about to move to Real Madrid. On Tuesday evening after the German record champions 2-0 against Bayer Leverkusen from Sky reported execution SPOX and goal but not yet confirmed.
From Alaba’s environment one can only hear: His tendency is clearly towards the royal ones. A move to a country other than Spain is now ruled out for the left footer.
And since FC Barcelona currently has neither the economic means nor the sporting need for an Alaba transfer, it can be assumed at the moment that the 28-year-old will choose Real.
When asked, the Spanish top club did not want to comment on the speculation about Alaba. Bayern coach Hansi Flick was also unable to elicit any confirmation at the press conference after the Leverkusen game, in which Alaba was convincing. “David didn’t tell me anything,” said the 56-year-old. “I don’t listen to rumors. I’ll wait until he tells me that himself.”
Bayern: will Alaba be the successor to Ramos at Real?
Alaba came to Munich from Austria Vienna in 2008 before stalking the professional team via TSG Hoffenheim. Since then he has played 427 competitive games for the German record champions, in which he scored 33 goals and 53 assists. He was an integral part of the teams that won the triple in 2013 and 2020.
At Real, the native Viennese could follow in Sergio Ramos’ footsteps. The 35-year-old captain and head of defense of the Madrilenians has still not extended his contract, which is due to expire at the end of the season. “We don’t know what will happen to Sergio. We will clarify that after the season,” said Real’s president Florentino Perez on Tuesday night on the TV show El Chiringuito.