David Alaba confirms his extreme enthusiasm to start participating with Real Madrid
Madrid: David Alaba confirmed that he could not wait for the start of participation in the ranks of Real Madrid, after he joined the team from Bayern Munich, the German league champion (Bundesliga). Real Madrid, which is seeking to appoint a new coach for the team to succeed Zinedine Zidane, has announced a contract with Alaba in a free transfer deal at the end of the player’s contract with Bayern Munich, and the Austrian star signed a five-year contract with the Spanish Royal Club. After announcing the deal on Friday, Alaba resorted to social media to talk about his move from Munich to the Spanish capital, after winning 27 titles with Bayern Munich. Alaba, 28, the Austrian international, said on the social networking site “Twitter”: “I leave from a club of a special model to another club of a special type.” “After many years in Munich, I will take this new challenge and do my best to continue making history with this club that has a special place,” he added. He continued: “I cannot wait to play my first match with this legendary white shirt in front of all of you, Real Madrid fans.” He added, “I am convinced that this experience will be full of success.” Alaba had scored his first participation with Bayern Munich in a German Cup match against Greater Fort in February 2010, and at that time he became the youngest player in Bayern’s history to participate in the first team and he scored a goal for Franck Ribery minutes after his participation. Alaba was 17 years, 7 months and 18 days old at the time, but Jamal Musiala is now the youngest player to appear for Bayern’s first team. Alaba participated in 448 matches with Bayern Munich, scoring 35 goals for the team and scoring 47 goals in all competitions. Alaba won 27 titles with Bayern Munich, where he won the German League ten times and scored a hat-trick with the League, Cup and Champions League twice.