PSG ‘willing to pay David Alaba £400k-a-week for free transfer but star waiting to see if Chelsea or Madrid will follow’

PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN are reportedly willing to pay David Alaba’s £400,000-a-week wages when he becomes a free agent this summer.

The Bayern Munich defender’s contract is up at the end of the season and he is rumoured to be turning heads across Europe.

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And while PSG are hoping they can secure his signature by facilitating his wage demands, AS believe the Austrian is waiting on interest from Chelsea and Real Madrid.

Alaba’s agent Pini Zahavi told Sport Bild: “All the greats of the continent are after David.

“It is he who has to make the final decision.”

Barcelona, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool are all also rumoured to be looking at Alaba.

After coming through Bayern’s youth set-up, the versatile defender spent a spell out on loan at Hoffenheim.

Upon his return in 2011, Alaba established himself as a first team regular with the German giants.

Since then, he has won eight successive Bundesliga titles, six DFB-Pokal trophies and two Champions Leagues.


Alaba has racked up 418 appearances for Bayern, scoring 33 goals.

He has also accumulated 76 caps for the Austrian national team, netting an impressive 14 times.

Meanwhile, Chelsea may feel they do not need to strengthen their defensive options as Thomas Tuchel’s arrival has sparked a new-found solidity.

The Blues have conceded just two goals in ten games since the German arrived at the end of January.