Liverpool and Manchester City both have an interest in Kingsley Coman and wants to sign him. Coman’s agent confirms that Liverpool are showing interest in signing his client, Coman.
Thus, reports in Europe tells that Liverpool have offered £30 million for Coman. But Bayern Munich are asking £42 million for Coman.
On other hand, City are looking for a replacement in name of Coman after the departure of their young German star Leroy Sane. The report tells that Coman is under a contract with Bayern until the summer of 2023. However, his mind is set on a transfer to Premier League. As of next summer, Coman will have just 12 months left to run out of his contract with Bayern.
As Falk reported, “Coman was not happy with this and believed that his price was unrealistic for this summer.” Now new reports have claimed that Bayern slashed Coman’s price which has put Liverpool on red alert. If rumours of Liverpool’s £30 million bid are true, Michael Edwards will be hopeful of negotiating a price that suits both clubs.
Bayern respond to Liverpool over Coman bid
Bayern have now responded to the £30 million bid and have told Liverpool that they must increase their offer if they want to sign Coman.
As reported by La Gazzetta Dello Sport (via beIN Sports), the Bundesliga giants have slapped a £42 million price tag on the French Winger.
The Frenchman has spent six outstanding seasons with Bayern. And knowing so the Frenchman said in January
“knowing that good teams are interested in me is good, it gives me additional confidence.”
Coman stats for Bayern
In his current club, Bayern Munich, Coman has played 6 seasons. Having a long stay with the German club, the 25-years old has made 232 appearances and scored 41 goals for Bayern. Talking about the Last season, the Frenchmen scored 8 goals and 15 assists in his 39 appearances for the club.
Liverpool fans will be surely excited by the news of an attacker joining their squad. Meanwhile, Liverpool are currently focusing on the renewal of their prolific winger Mohamed Salah. Thus, the Egyptian will be the 7th player to extend his stay at Anfield if he signs a new deal with the club.