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Bayern’s David Alaba can choose between four clubs when choosing his new employer, according to his advisor Pini Zahavi: “David has to choose who wins,” the 77-year-old said kicker.
A move to Spain is preferred in his plans, “but we’re still talking to other clubs.” When the decision of the Austrian should be made, it is not yet clear. There is no “deadline”. In addition to Real Madrid and FC Barcelona, there are apparently FC Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain.
In mid-March, Zahavi denied it SPOX and goal, that there was an oral agreement between Alaba and FC Barcelona, like that Mundo Deportivo previously reported. “That’s not true,” he said.
FC Bayern: Alaba can choose between four clubs
According to the Spanish newspaper ABC the 28-year-old has already agreed on a preliminary contract with Real and is expected to collect a net salary of ten million euros and a bonus of 20 million euros. Alaba is leaving FC Bayern after 13 years with the club.
Uli Hoeneß does not believe that Thomas Müller would link his participation in the European Championship in the summer with a regular place guarantee. “Thomas is hot for the national team. He will not be a smelly boot when he sits on the bench,” he said as part of his work as a TV expert RTL after the 1-0 victory of the DFB team in Romania.
National coach Joachim Löw wanted to keep the decision on a possible return of ex-national players Müller, Mats Hummels or Jerome Boateng open until the nomination in May: “You have to challenge our team again and suggest things to them that we need now for the tournament “, said Löw last on” Today in the stadium ” Bavaria 1. “Then you have to see which position we can perhaps fill even better – and what more leadership do we need.”
Due to the fact that the DFB “was stolen almost a year by the pandemic” during its upheaval, Löw had previously expressed the consideration “whether such a radical change might be interrupted if it is absolutely necessary”. In May 2019, the trio was eliminated from the national team.
The Frenchman played for FC Bayern between 1997 and 2004 and returned to Munich a year later for 18 months before ending his career. He won the Champions League with FCB and was German champion six times. After playing 273 games as a professional, he still works as a representative for the club.
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