Bayern Munich unlikely to do business with Chelsea in summer

The summer transfer window is just three months away, so speculation and rumours have started involving Bayern Munich players. Die Roten has always allowed players to leave on their terms rather than being outmuscled by other top European clubs.

Kingsley Coman has been subject to speculation in the past couple of weeks. The German Champions are facing tricky contract negotiations with Kingsley Coman after he reportedly rejected the first offer for contract renewal. Earlier this week, Daily Mail reported that Chelsea is interested in Coman after doubts have emerged over the future of Christian Pulisic.

SportBild’s Christian Falk insisted on Friday that interest from Chelsea could be used as leverage by Coman’s representatives to get a better deal from Rekordmeister. It will be a huge shock if Die Roten will be open to doing business with Chelsea after what has happened between two clubs in the last two years.

Rekordmeister had firm interest in Callum Hudson-Odoi since 2019. Bayern submitted several bids to Chelsea, but the English club didn’t budge and kept the young winger at the club. The German Champions returned for Hudson-Odoi last summer with a huge bid, but Chelsea once again stood firm.

The London-based club was well within their rights to keep Hudson-Odoi. Chelsea’s decision has been vindicated as the young winger is developing into an important player under Thomas Tuchel. The tables are reversed right now when it comes to Coman, and Die Roten will also respond in the same way as Chelsea.

Kingsley Coman has been an important player for Hansi Flick this season. After Lewandowski, the French winger has been the most important player in the final third for the World Champions. He is yet to hit the peak years of his career, and his injury concerns are also behind, so Rekordmeister is unlikely to respond to offers for him in the summer.

However, things could change if the French winger keeps rejecting contract renewal and a club offers a nine-figure fee for him. Both boxes are unlikely to be ticked due to the pandemic, while Coman has also previously insisted that he is happy in Bavaria.

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There are two years left on Coman’s deal, so Die Roten can breathe easy as of now. They have managed to keep key players in the past decade and dictated terms of departures rather than succumbing to the demands of players and other clubs. As of now, it does look incredibly difficult for Chelsea to get Coman in the summer, and that’s how the situation should be with Bayern players.