David Alaba, Long-serving defender, says he did not have time to make a decision on his future after a contract deadline passed
is "disappointed and hurt" at the wayBayern Munich
treated him and withdrew their offer of a new contract for the defender.
is in the final year of his deal and his future has been under consideration, with reports saying he had demanded fresh five-year terms worth €125 million.
president Herbert Hainer on Sunday revealed the Bavarian giants had taken the proposal for a new contract off the table after the club set a deadline of October 31.
, 28-year-old defender, who found out the contract offer had been withdrawn via the media said:
"Seven days are not enough for me to decide, I toldBayern
immediately that I wouldn't react."
"In the last couple of months I was disappointed and a little hurt these numbers that are going through the mediawere never corrected by the club."
"I really enjoy playing forBayern Munich
and I'm not worried about my future, I've not thought about other alternatives. I've not been in touch with any other teams or clubs,Bayern
will always be my first club."
, I'd be really happy if he stays this season, he's a fantastic player and fantastic human being. I'd be really happy if he stays."
"I'm convinced he will keep playing the way he has been the last year, he'll show top performances and do everything to helpBayern
play top football."