German giants Bayern Munich may have priced French winger Manchester United and Liverpool target Kingsley Coman out of a move to the Premier League. According to Christian Falk, the Head of Football at German publication Bild, Bayern have put an asking price of €90 million on Coman. Falk also said that the player believes this price is unrealistic.
Manchester United and Liverpool Target Kingsley Coman Could Be Priced Out of Move
Bayern Munich’s Valuation May Put Off United and Liverpool
Message from Munich to Liverpool and United: Bayern want a transfer fee of minimum €90 Million for Kingsley Coman. Also the player thinks this is unrealistic for this Summer @BILD_Sport
— Christian Falk (@cfbayern) June 30, 2021
As per Christian Falks tweet from today, the valuation put on French winger Coman could put off any club keen on the player. The 25-year-old, whose contract runs until 2023 has attracted the interest of Premier League rivals Manchester United and Liverpool. Both clubs are looking to strengthen their squads ahead of a title charge next season.
Coman’s Career So Far is Impressive
Despite being just 25-years-old, Coman has won a remarkable 10 league titles. He has yet to know a season where a trophy has evaded him and his team. Two came with Paris Saint-Germain, two at Juventus and six currently at Bayern Munich. He has also won multiple cup competitions and helped his country to the final of the 2016 European Championships. In total, he has won 22 trophies. Coman, therefore, brings titles and it is of little surprise that he has become hot property throughout Europe.
Bayern Eager for United and Liverpool Target Kinglsey Coman to Stay
New Bayern Head Coach Julian Nagelsmann wants Coman to stay at the club and add to his already long list of titles. The club are also believed to be eager to negotiate a new contract with the player. However, it appears that it would take a huge offer for Coman to accept a new deal and stay in Germany.
Coman’s current contract still has two years to run. Bayern therefore, are in no rush to cash in on the French star. Where Coman plays next season now depends on whether Liverpool, Manchester United or any other interested party are willing to pay the asking price which has been set.