Bayern Munich value Kingsley Coman at €100 million

Kingsley Coman, FC Bayern Munich. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images )
Kingsley Coman, FC Bayern Munich. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images ) /

Bayern Munich is likely to expect a lot of speculation surrounding the future of Kingsley Coman. The French winger is reportedly unhappy with the club’s contract renewal offer, which has potentially opened up a shock departure.

There is still a very narrow chance of Coman leaving Die Roten since he is a vital player. However, Rekordmeister will only sanction a sale if it happens on their terms. According to Sky Sports, Bayern continues to value Coman in excess of €100 million. The German Champions will not even contemplate offers less than this price range.

Earlier this week, reports in Germany suggested that Liverpool is interested in Coman. Few reports also insisted that Die Roten will part ways with the winger if a club comes up with €50 million this summer. It is fair to say that those reports should be taken with a pinch of salt.

Since the end of the season, there has been a lot of speculation surrounding the future of Coman. It has been largely due to the complex negotiations between two parties regarding a contract renewal. Die Roten wants to extend his contract, which is scheduled to expire at the end of 2022/23.

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Kingsley Coman reportedly wants a significant raise on current wages, while the German Champions have offered just slightly better terms than the current deal. The Frenchman has already brought Pini Zahavi on board as part of his entourage, so further contract negotiations with the winger are going to tricky.

Die Roten has found it difficult while renewing the contractual terms of key players in the past 12 months. Thiago Alcantara refused to accept the new deal and wanted to experience a new league. He eventually left for Liverpool in a cut-price deal since he had only one year left on his contract.

David Alaba also entered the final year of the contract, which make things trickier for Die Roten. The German Champions refused to meet Alaba’s demands, so he left for Real Madrid on a free transfer. Bayern was well within their rights to not meet his demands, but allowing players to leave on free transfers sets a dangerous precedent.

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Rekordmeister will have to find an agreement with Kingsley Coman during next season or else cash in next summer. Since the current market is difficult to find good replacements for Coman, it would be foolish to sell him. Coman might not be €100 million player, but he definitely one of the few players in the current squad that Rekordmeister cannot lose this summer.