Real Madrid would be a worthy next step for David Alaba to take when he leaves Bayern Munich, according to team-mate Joshua Kimmich.
Alaba announced in February that he will leave the Bavarian giants at the end of the season, bringing an end to a 13-year association with the club.
Reports in Germany suggest the 28-year-old has already reached an agreement to join Madrid on a deal that runs through until the end of 2025-26.
While official confirmation of a move has yet to be made, Kimmich has endorsed the proposed transfer.
"He has won everything here, even multiple times," Kimmich told Sky Sport. "Twice the triple, once even six titles in one year. Real is in any case a worthy club.
"There aren't many steps you can take after playing for Bayern but Real Madrid isn't that bad as the next step."
Alaba has made 427 appearances for Bayern since making his senior debut in February 2010, scoring 33 goals and setting up another 45 in all competitions.
The Austria international is not the only high-profile figure set to leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the season, with fellow defender Jerome Boateng also on his way out.
Head coach Hansi Flick last week announced his desire to leave at the end of 2020-21, meanwhile, having been strongly linked with the soon-to-be-vacant Germany job.
Kimmich, capped 53 times by Die Mannschaft, would welcome to appointment of Flick as his national team boss.
"If things go as they seem, I hope he takes charge of the national team afterwards," he said.
Bayern are 10 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga with four games to go after beating Bayer Leverkusen 2-0 on Tuesday.