Bayern Munich is ‘determined’ to sell Kingsley Coman so as not to lose him in a free practice like David Alaba
Bayern Munich are ‘determined’ to sell Kingsley Coman at the end of the season as they want to ‘avoid a repeat of David Alaba’, who joined Real Madrid for free at the end of his contract
- Kingsley Coman’s contract at Bayern Munich expires in summer 2023
- Bayern reportedly refusing to meet Coman’s desired wage demands
- The club wants to avoid a repetition of David Alaba whom they lost for nothing
- They would rather sell it at the end of the season than lose it for free.
Bayern Munich is reportedly “determined” to sell Kingsley Coman at the end of the season to avoid losing him for free at the end of his contract.
The French winger is signed to the Bundesliga champions until the end of the 2022/23 season.
So far, the two sides have failed to agree on a new deal, with Bayern reportedly refusing to comply with Coman’s salary demands.
Kingsley Coman and Bayern Munich are fighting to reach an agreement on a contract extension
As a sport They have now reported that the club is willing to part ways with the 25-year-old next summer and sell him before his contract expires.
Bayern have been in this situation before, most recently with David Alaba, who left in the most recent transfer window.
After more than a decade with the German giants, Alaba decided to leave the club at the end of his contract to join Real Madrid.
Bayern want to avoid a repeat of David Alaba, who left the club free to join Real Madrid
The German giants would rather sell Coman next summer than lose him for free the following year.
Bayern are eager to avoid a repeat of Alaba and would rather sell him as they did with Thiago in 2020.
The Spanish midfielder was an essential part of the Bayern team that won the Champions League in the 2019-20 season but did not have much time left on his contract.
Liverpool made the switch for Thiago, taking him to Anfield for a fee of around £ 25 million.
Thiago was in a similar situation before being sold to Liverpool, who signed him for £ 25 million.
Coman is one of the most decorated players in world football, winning the league title wherever he has played since the 2012-13 season.
After passing through Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus, he joined Bayern Munich in the summer of 2015 on a loan that eventually became permanent.
Bayern reportedly have two names on their roster to replace Coman, in the form of RB Salzburg striker Karim Adeyemi and Brazilian Ajax star Antony.