Kingsley Coman is yet to sign a new deal at Bayern hoping to make a switch to Premier League
According to the reports by Le10Sport (h/t Liverpool Echo), Kingsley Coman is eyed by Liverpool. Bayern Munich are trying to extend his contract but are falling short of the player’s demand which could see Coman make his way to Premier League soon.
The player is reportedly open to joining Premier League clubs, Liverpool or Manchester City. Coman has a contract with the German champions up until 2023, which means next summer he will be in the final year of his contract.
The German club, however, did try to extend the player’s stay at the club but Coman’s wage demands have stalled further negotiations prompting Premier League clubs to move in for the player.
Liverpool failed to add any reinforcements to its attacking strength this summer should be looking to bolster its attacking ranks. The Reds are not the only club interested in the player; Man City, Juventus & Paris Saint-Germain are also keeping a close eye on the French forward and could make a move in if he is made available on the transfer market.
The French forward last season in the Bundesliga winning campaign scored 5 goals and provided 10 assists in 29 appearances for Bayern. He was also featured in the recent World Cup qualifiers for the French national team. The 25-years old winger has won possibly everything at Bayern as he was part of a treble-winning team in the 2019/20 season.
Coman has already had his share of football in all the major European Leagues. He is a Paris Saint-Germain academy product who then went on to play in Italy for Juventus, and is currently at a German club Bayern.
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Liverpool should look to make big moves in the upcoming transfer windows and Kingsley Coman could be in their sights. The player, who is just 25, still has a fair share of football left in his boots which might be on display in the Premier League if Liverpool ever bring in him to Anfield.