David Alaba’s salary demands are proving a stumbling block with reference to a flow to Real Madrid, Goal can confirm.

Alaba is ready to leave Bayern Munich at the expiration of his agreement withinside the summer, and Real Madrid moved beforehand of Barcelona withinside the chase while it become mentioned that Barca couldn’t healthy his needs.

The Austrian is eager to take gain of his free-transfer status, and that is now proving to be a trouble for Real as well – in spite of the player’s desire for a flow to Spain.

Real want to push through a deal, but his representatives – headed by Pini Zahavi – have told the Spanish champions that Alaba wants a wage of €13 million ($16m/£12m) a season after tax.

Such a wage would catapult Alaba to the top of Real’s wage structure, ahead of Sergio Ramos who is picking up €12 million ($15m/£11m) a season.

Given Ramos is in the final year of his contract with Real, and that talks have reportedly stalled, pushing ahead with a deal for Alaba on such terms would be problematic for the Madrid giants, who are ready to sanction a pay packet worth €10 million ($12m/£9m).

While Alaba is still to commit to a new club, there is always an outside chance that Bayern could persuade him to stay.

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