David Alaba is unwilling to extend his contract with Bayern Munich as he plans to leave the Club.
The Austrian International, 28, plans on moving out of the Club for free next season should the Bavarians failed to sell him this term.
Alaba has reportedly refused to pen a new deal with the Bundesliga Champions and bent on moving out for a new challenge.
English Premier League side Manchester City are said to have shown interest and ready to pounce on the player.
The Citizens are willing to table a £260k-a-week salary offer for the player.
Already Bayern Munich are on the verge of losing Thiago Alcantara after the player refused to extend his stay with the Club.
The Club could also lose Alaba who has just a year left on his current deal.
City boss Pep Guardiola worked with the player at Bayern Munich and sees him as a best fit for his left back role next season due to the Benjamin Mendy’s inconsistency.
German newspaper the Bild reports that Alaba wants wages closer to big earners Robert Lewandowski and Thomas Mullar who are the Club’s highest paid players.