Bayern Munich have withdrawn their contract supply to David Alaba, after failing to achieve an settlement with the defender.
The membership’s president, Herbert Hainer, has revealed a deadline of 31 October was set to achieve an settlement.
Negotiations have now ended, after Alaba’s agent indicated their newest supply was not acceptable.
The Austria worldwide’s present deal expires on the finish of the season and he will probably be free to debate phrases with rival golf equipment from January.
A number of sides have been linked with a transfer for the defender, most notably Serie A champions Juventus.
“We introduced him with a very, excellent very reasonable, aggressive supply – particularly throughout these instances,” Hainer advised BR24Sport.
“We advised David’s agent over the past assembly that we needed readability and a solution by the tip of October, as a result of we need to plan for such an vital place and personnel. However we didn’t hear something.
“Our sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic then contacted the agent and the reply was that the supply continues to be unsatisfying and that we must always suppose extra.
“We then determined to take the supply off the desk utterly. Which means there isn’t a longer any supply.”