Looks like David Alaba won't be going anywhere this summer then.
Bayern Munich have revealed their new home kit for the 2019-20 season and in a fairly predictable turn of events, the club have opted for a red approach.
While the colourway might be traditional, the shirt is emblazoned with an interesting motif inspired by the angular architecture of the Allianz Arena.
Our new home shirt!🔴⚪#Dahoamtrikot
👉 https://t.co/x57Jox3GmT pic.twitter.com/4cPT59STtV
— FC Bayern English (@FCBayernEN) May 15, 2019
Much like Chelsea's new home shirt, the Bayern jersey features a stylish digitalised "remix" of their stadium's diamond-shaped exterior panels.
When it opened in 2005, the Allianz was the first stadium to boast a full colour-changing exterior thanks to the thousands of foil panels wrapped around the facade.
According to the accompanying blurb, the new kit represents an homage to their home while offering a "daring" pattern that heralds the club's future while simultaneously honouring their past.