Kingsley Coman’s contract saga has been going on for several months now. The French’s contract with Bayern Munich expires in June 2023. The authorities of the German champions have already made several proposals to extend it, but all of them were rejected by the footballer’s representatives.
The contentious point is the excessive financial expectations of the player who demands a large raise. According to the German media, the 25-year-old would like to earn as much as EUR 20 million a year, which is unacceptable to Bayern.
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Bayern authorities seem to be reconciled with the farewell to Kingsley Coman and intend to do everything to make money on it. So it looks like the French could leave Munich in the summer transfer window as this will be the last opportunity to sell. According to the Italian portal calciomercato.com, the former football club Paris Saint-Germain intends to take advantage of this situation.
Coman is a homegrown of PSG, where he ended up at the age of 15. In the club’s first team from the French capital, the winger managed to play just four games before moving to Juventus in 2014. It was only in Italy that he sailed out into the open, which resulted in a transfer to Bayern and at the same time a significant step forward in his career.
The Qatar owners of PSG would like to see the pupil again at the Parc des Princes. Especially that everything indicates that Kylian Mbappe will say goodbye to the club after the end of the current season. Coman could therefore be the perfect successor to his compatriot. However, this transfer may involve considerable expenses not only on the 25-year-old’s salary. Transfermarkt is currently valuing it at 55 million euros, but Bayern may charge even more for it.
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