David Alaba was successful enough to make Bundesliga history in Bayern Munich’s triumph over Borussia Dortmund in Der Klassiker. He reached 200 victories faster than any other player.
He could assist Bayern to
the victory setting in Germany during his presence as a first-team star at the Allianz Arena.
The resourceful Austrian has needed just 272 displays to reach the double century.
Alaba could record nine victories to his name so far now. Also, he did assisted Hansi Flicks’ squad to
prestige in 2019-20.
Alaba helped Bayern to accumulate two points. Moreover, he now has his own entrance in the record books.
While Bayern are enchanted to have Alaba prospering their cause in 2020-21, it is still not clear how long he will remain in the squad.
Talks over his contracts stop working and the 28-year-old player is going to be a free agent next summer.
Club chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told Sky Deutschland ahead of a meeting with Dortmund when asked for an update on
: “I think we all think the same thing here at the club: We all want David to stay. He's a wonderful person and a top player.
“At some point we have to start planning for the new season. We have to know: Will David stay with FC Bayern or not? A decision is important to us at this point.”