David Alaba’s agent, Pini Zahavi, is understood to be holding out for a new five-year deal with Bayern Munich worth a total of €125 million for the Austrian international.

According to Kicker, the deal demanded will be a new five year deal worth €25 million per season at the Allianz Arena.

The German treble-winners are determined to extend the contract of the 28-year-old, who has one year left on his current deal, but the parties are yet to come to an agreement. 

The Bavarians are offering an annual basic salary of €11 million plus €6 million in bonuses, according to Sport Blid, but Kicker are claiming that Alaba wants €20 million per season.

In Thursday’s edition of Kicker, FC Bayern president Herbert Hainer states that “no one has contacted” the German champions about Alaba and says he believes the 28-year-old has received a contract offer that is “fair and competitive”. 

The Bavarians are yet to tie their senior players (Thiago Alcantara, David Alaba, Jerome Boateng, Javi Martinez) with a new contract, the four players have just one year remaining on their contract and it seems likely they might leave.

The 28-year-old have been in Bayern Munich since 2009, he broke to the first team in 2010 and have since then make 385 appearances for the Bavarians scoring 31 goals and forty-eight assist.

The Austrian defender have won nine Bundesliga titles, two Champions League, six DFB Pokal and a UEFA Super Cup with FIFA World Club Cup.