Bayern Munich consider letting Coman go
Bayern Munich are unhappy with Kingsley Coman’s performances so far this season and there are doubts over whether or not the Bundesliga champions will make the French winger’s loan deal from Juventus permanent, according to reports in France.
French newspaper Le Parisien is reporting that Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are less than thrilled with Kingsley Coman’s performances for far this season, and there are now doubts over whether they will make a permanent move for the player, as was previously expected, when his two year loan deal from Juventus expires in the summer.
Coman was impressive under Pep Guardiola last season following his switch from Juventus to the Allianz Arena and even broke into Didier Deschamps’ France squad for the UEFA European Championship on home soil in the summer.
But since returning to Bavaria, the 20-year-old has struggled to replicate his form from the previous campaign.
With no goals or assists from his five appearances this season, Bayern are considering not making his loan move permanent, even though they are believed to have already agreed upon a price with Juventus for the gifted youngster.
If Coman were to become available, this would alert interest from the Premier League, with Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola likely keen on a reunion with the attacker, while Manchester United could also be keen on the former Paris Saint Germain youngster.