David Alaba’s Father hits out
The Nigerian-American player known as David Alaba and father George Alaba and the player’s agent, Pini Zahavi, has been left furious at accusations made by the Bundesliga champions’ former president as David Alaba’s father hits out at Hoeness
David Alaba’s entourage has reacted angrily to accusations that they are being greedy with regards negotiations over a new contract for the defender.
The Austria international’s agent and father were attacked in the press by former Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness over the weekend, who accused representative Pini Zahavi of being a “Piranha” and not someone who should be listened to.
In addition to that there have been accusations made in the media that Alaba wishes to be made Bayern’s most paid player earning the total amount of €25 million (£23m/$30m) per year.
George Alaba, the player’s father has been uncomfortable and unhappy by what he has come across in recent days.
I brought David Alaba to Bayern as a teenager.
Over the years, I’ve had several opportunities to transfer David to another club, but we were loyal and always chose to stay.
I didn’t expect FC Bayern to be spreading dirty lies in public about salary and commission claims
He told Sky Sport
Claiming that we can’t come to an agreement over a new contract due to such payments is one of those filthy allegations.
All because we didn’t accept the figures they have presented to us, We have our own ideas
Meanwhile Zahavi denies that he asked for an outrageous commission payment broker deal.
At no point did I talk in detail about a possible commission payment with the people in charge at Bayern he said.
The only time this topic came up was when we met in Lisbon, Hasan Salihamidzic asked me how I would imagine that.
I told him we should work on an agreement with the player first, but I wouldn’t ask for more than usual.
I don’t want to get more than other agents who have received commission payments from Bayern
And again we have not talked about numbers.
Alaba who is 28 has spent his entire professional football career with FC Bayern having joined them in 2008 from Austria Vienna aged only 16.
Since making his debut for the senior team in 2010 he has proven himself as one of their outstanding loyal servants having featured on nearly 400 occasions for the first team.
If no new deal is agreed between he and the club then he can leave the club next summer on a free transfer.
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