David Alaba looks set to leave Bayern Munich after 13 trophy-laden years following the Bundesliga club's decision to withdraw their offer of a new five-year contract. Bayern president Herbert Hainer revealed on Monday that the Austria international's representative rejected their latest proposal.
Alaba has spent his entire senior career at Bayern, winning 18 major trophies including two Champions League titles. He has long established himself as one of world football’s finest left-backs and in recent years has proved equally adept at centre-back while also being able to operate in central midfield.
At just 28 years old, Alaba should be in the prime of his career and there will surely be no shortage of clubs vying for his signature in the new year when he will be free to discuss terms elsewhere.
The photo gallery above looks at the clubs that could be in the mix. To move on to the next photo, click on the arrows, or if using a mobile device simply swipe.