David Alaba is unhappy with Bayern München's way of handling his contract situation.
|David Alaba.||Photo: Rufus46, CC BY-SA 3.0|
David Alaba has responded to statements made by Bayern München president Herbert Hainer on Sunday.
Hainer announced that the German champions have withdrawn their offer to extend Alaba's contract, which expires next year, after failing to reach an agreement with the 28-year-old before the end of October.
Alaba was asked about Hainer's comments at a press conference on Monday ahead of Bayern's Champions League game against RB Salzburg, telling reporters:
"I heard about it in the news yesterday evening. It was a special situation. We'll see how things will go.
"I really enjoy playing for FC Bayern. I feel very comfortable and happy to be part of this team. After yesterday evening, I can't say how things will go in the future. Nobody has spoken to me officially.
"The numbers that have been mentioned simply don't represent the truth. I was disappointed and hurt that they were not denied by the responsibles at the club."
According to Sport Bild, Alaba was offered a five-year contract worth up to 16 million euros per year.