Manchester City Fans have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relays a report that claims Bayern Munich defender David Alaba is now open to a move to England.
City has been long linked with the Bayern Munich defender who has entered the final season of his contract at the German club. The Citizens have now received a boost in their pursuit of Alaba.
According to 90Min, Alaba is open to a Premier League move after previously ruling it out, With Man City and Liverpool the main clubs believed to be interested.
His currently contract expires in June 2021, meaning he can talk to interested clubs from January.
City and Liverpool officials will now be preparing offers to lure the defender to their respective clubs.
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In reaction to the report shared on Twitter by City Chief, Manchester City fans have expressed their thoughts and opinions.
— Blue🌙 (@OhKevinDeBruyne) November 10, 2020
He plays centre half
— 🅚🅐🅘 (@ftbl_kai) November 10, 2020
If only he’s coming to play LB, lets go for him
— Gucciano O’Sheikh (@Gucciano17) November 10, 2020
should be a no brainer pick for city, can play LB & DM, two positions where we need a player
but highly unlikely to join city
— Aloke Abdullah (@Aloke_Abdullah) November 10, 2020
Wouldn’t say no. Can play a number of positions. Would be nice to have a LB who actually plays regularly to be honest
— City Fan (@ManCity_FanView) November 10, 2020
He’s only 28 and hes an experienced lb that has worked for pep and getting him means we can get rid of mendy.
— DARKO SEN 🪂 (@SENSHISLADE) November 10, 2020