Chelsea and Liverpool are watching out for forward Kingsley Coman, as the Frenchman is tipped to leave Bayern Munich, reports The Mirror. The two Premier League clubs were keen on the 25-year-old star throughout the late spring move market yet were put off by the €100m requests coming from Julian Nagelsmann's side.
Coman's arrangement with the club runs until the late spring of 2023, yet the player has as of now talked about his ability to feel more appreciated at the Allianz Arena outfit or quest for pastures new. Having played for Bayern Munich, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain, goliaths of the German, Italian and French games, it currently appears to be like the assailant could be moving to a tip top club in England.
Photo: Kingsly Conan, Attacker
Formal Die Roten wearing chief Christian Nerlinger has recently revealed to BILD TV that he figures Kingsley will leave Bayern Munich before the alternative is there to withdraw to no end. That would bode well for the Bundesliga outfit, particularly as Kingsley is yet to begin or add to an objective in any rivalry this season.
Coman is presently set to be out until October as a result of finding a cardiovascular arrhythmia, which prompted the pacy wide man having a minor heart activity in the wake of experiencing windedness.
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