• Alaba will undergo tough months before thinking of his next stop
  • Alaba alleges he was not given enough time to decide on Der FCB offer
  • Bayern Munich needs to move forward with Alaba not part of their plans

David Alaba will have to play out the remainder of his deal with FC Bayern Munich with a load on his shoulder.

With his camp nowhere near coming to terms with Der FCB, all signs point to the 28-year-old leaving Allianz Arena once his contract ends in June.

Alaba already bared recently that he was hurt at how things were being handled and how he was being treated by Bayern. This was linked to the fact that Der FCB pulled out its last proposal for failing to respond last Oct. 31.

Even with a deadline set, Alaba claims that he was not given ample time to make a decision. According to him, he only found out that the deal was off the table through media.

With the series of events, it appears the likely result of it all is seeing Alaba move to another club once he is in the clear.

The only problem with that is he would have to play on for at least seven more months before he can play with a clear mind.

Despite the situation, Alaba still has the support of his teammates moving forward. Among those who spoke that they had the Austrian’s back is Jerome Boateng, the club’s center-back expressed his support in an interview with Sky Sports following their 6-2 win over Salzburg in the UEFA Champions League.

"Of course, it's an issue, but not as big as it is done. He focuses on the essentials," Boateng said. "It's not an easy situation for him, that is clear. But he played another great game today. We as a team are absolutely behind him."

From the way things are going, it would be tough to expect Bayern and Alaba would come up with a deal to settle the contract issue.

Sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic narrated how things went down and bared that they properly informed the Alaba camp throughout it all.

"I can tell you what happened. We negotiated and made David an offer. He refused it. Ten days ago we sat down again and submitted another offer – with a deadline," Salihamidzic told Sky. "I don't know anymore how we will find a way back together. We made an offer and it was rejected. Now we have to assume that David will leave us.”