Alaba's father denies an agreement with Real Madrid:

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The signing of David Alaba by Real Madrid could have to wait, despite the fact that it was already closed. The father and agent of the Austrian footballer, George, has spoken with Christian Falk, a journalist for the daily Bild, who reproduces his words. The agreement between Madrid and Alaba would not yet be closed and he maintains the hope of other teams that remain interested in his signing.

“Nothing is closed yet with Real Madrid and nothing has been signed. There are other interested clubs,” reported Falk, quoting George Alaba. The father of the central assures that at the moment the future of his son with the white club has not been arranged, which does not mean that it is not something that can be produced shortly. Madrid is still the favorite and Alaba dreams of playing next season in white.

MARCA advanced on its cover this Tuesday a closed agreement between the two parties and even assured that Alaba had undergone a medical examination with people from Real Madrid present. He hasn’t said anything about the exam, but George Alaba doesn’t dare to close anything yet.

Regarding the clubs that are still interested, Liverpool is, according to Bild, the one that would bid the strongest to prevent Alaba from going to Real Madrid next summer. The Reds are one of the several greats (such as PSG, City, Chelsea or Juventus) that have knocked on the player’s door, who since January 1 has been free to negotiate with the team he wants.

Madrid remains at the head of the race due to the signing of Alaba as it has been until now. Last November, Bayern gave up their attempt to renew the player and withdrew their last offer after the deadline set by the club to try to expand their relationship. The problem was the salary, since the Bavarian entity was not willing to achieve what the Austrian asked for.

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