According to report Liverpool have joined the race to sign Kingsley Coman.
The Bayern Munich attacker is believed open to a move to the England this season, with Man United and Chelsea both have an interest.
The Franch international still has another two years remaining to play on his contract with the Garman side, but negotiations over an extension have believed collapsed , which has alerted clubs all over Europe to his availability.
However, Fichajes.net reported Bayern Munich will look to sell the Franchman this season if no new contract can be reached and Liverpool interested in bringing him to Anfield.
The report report further adds that Bayern Munich would still tag a huge figure of €50m (£42.8m) topart ways with the Bayern Munich stricker, while Liverpool are only willing to cough-out €35m (£29.9m).
Coman came off the bench for the final 24 minutes of France's 2-2 draw with Portugal in Euro 2020 on Wednesday..
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