Bayern Munich left-back David Alaba has reportedly rejected Bayern Munich’s first offer of a contract renewal.
The Austrian defender’s current deal is set to expire next summer, with the German giants reportedly keen to extend his contract.
According to Sport 1 however, their first offer has been knocked back by Alaba and deemed as unacceptable.
Fresh talks are currently not taking place due to the coronavirus pandemic but further negotiations are expected to get underway in two to three weeks according to the report.
If the German giants fail to agree a new contract with Alaba, it looks likely that they could cash in on the left-back as early as this summer.
Since making hid debut at the Allianz Arena, Alaba has been a virtual ever-present in the Bayern Munich side. Since 2009, the now 27-year-old has played 372 matches for the club, scoring 30 goals and providing a further 48 assists.
He has also played key roles in Bayern’s recent dominance over the domestic game in Germany having lifted eight Bundesliga crowns, five DFB-Pokals and also a UEFA Champions League crown in 2013.
Hans-Dieter Flick’s troops are currently the favourites to win another league title this season and can be backed at 1/4 with the Betfair Exchange.