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David Alaba has left his Bayern Munich future open, revealing to Austrian outlet Kurier he “could imagine taking an alternate way.”

Left-back Alaba has been connected with Barcelona and Real Madrid yet is under contract at Bayern until 2021, having spent his entire profession, notwithstanding a barring a loan spell at Hoffenheim, with the club.

Yet, the 25-year-old said he could think about leaving sooner or later.

“I am mindful that I one day should settle on the choice, despite everything I feel extraordinary here,” Alaba said. “Be that as it may, I can likewise envision taking an alternate way, making the following stage or looking for another test.

“In any case, I leave that open until further notice. I have objectives for this season I need to reach. That is the reason there is no place for those contemplations at the present time.”

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In the mean time, Freiburg head mentor Christian Streich has dismissed reports connecting him with the Bayern work.

With between time Bayern mentor Jupp Heynckes entering the last two months of his arrangement, reports in front of the pioneers’ excursion to Freiburg on Sunday connected Streich with the activity.

Addressing Sky before the match, the 52-year-old expelled the connection, first announced by Bild.

“There’s a name connected with Bayern consistently – Julian Nagelsmann, Niko Kovac, Thomas Tuchel,” Streich said. “I’d have been offended had my name not been specified.

“There was no telephone call, there was no contact. Nothing. There are sufficient people who can progress toward becoming mentor there. I am here at Freiburg.”

Streich was again gotten some information about the circumstance following Freiburg’s 4-0 crush.

“I am under contract here at Freiburg. This first,” he said. “At that point it’s somewhat irritating, in light of the fact that a few people simply influence things to up.”

On Monday, kicker revealed that Bayern had not surrendered all expectation that Heynckes could consent to remain for another season and needed to give the 72-year-old until mid-March to decide.

Joshua Kimmich, in the interim, is set to expand his Bayern contract in the following couple of days, with kicker announcing that he will sign an arrangement through to 2022 or 2023.