Bayern board member Kahn has big transfer message for Chelsea regarding Alaba

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Bayern Munich are doing everything they can to keep hold of Chelsea target David Alaba, according to Oliver Kahn.

Since making his first-team debut under Louis van Gaal in 2010, Alaba has gone on to make almost 400 appearances for the club in all competitions, and in that time, he has won nine Bundesliga titles, five DFB-Pokals and the Champions League.

However, there is big speculation in the media that he is not happy with the current contract offer that has been placed on the table, and is now considering his options this transfer window.

We have been named as a club that is interested in a possible deal, although many more big clubs will be interested if he actually comes onto this transfer market.

However, despite all the speculation, executive board member Kahn believes Alaba’s future will be resolved soon, and Bayern are trying all they can to make sure that the left-back stays at the club

“We are currently in frequent talks with David Alaba and his advisors,” Kahn told reporters.

“Of course I can’t talk about the content, but I think we’re getting closer. The atmosphere during the last conversation was very pleasant.

“We’re doing everything we can to keep David. At the moment I’m optimistic that we can keep David.”

Look, Alaba is a world class player and if there is a chance to sign him up, we have said it before and we will say it again, we would be foolish not to make a move and try to tempt him to the Premier League for a bargain fee.

Lets see how this all plays out ayy guys?

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