Coman turns down a new contract from Bayern Munich with a move to Premier League likely to happen
Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman has reportedly rejected a new contract from the club with a move to the Premier League understood to be one of the main reasons.
Coman joined the Bavarians in 2015 from Juventus and with his contract set to expire in the summer 2023, however, reports indicate talks of contract renewal has stall with a move to Premier League and financial misunderstandings being the reasons.
The France international is understood to looking for a new deal that put him on the same financial level with last summer’s signing Leroy Sane, making a contract extension increasingly unlikely
Bayern club president broke the news saying the club is very much relaxed concerning Kingsley Coman contract extension.
Club president Uli Hoeness said in an interview with MagentaTV: “We’re very relaxed there. I think the financial ceilings will not be exceeded.
“If he doesn’t accept it, in the end you have to be consistent as a club.
“With [David] Alaba, we obviously didn’t like to lose him but the contract expired. With Kingsley, we still have two years – until then a lot will happen in the world.”
Manchester United is believed to be interested in the France international, should an attempt to sign Jadon Sancho fail to materialize, the Red Devils will turn their attention to the 25-year-old.
The Frenchman has won 10 League titles across his stint with PSG, Juventus and Bayern Munich as well as Uefa Champions League glory with the Bavarians in 2019.