Manchester United are still looking at Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman, a year after they failed to sign him, according to reports coming out of Germany.
On Friday, Sport1 explained the Red Devils have registered their ‘transfer-wish’ and will take ‘concrete steps’ to sign the winger, if they fail to sign Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.
It was also stated the 24-year-old wants to continue with the Bavarian club, but it’s his advisors who are creating trouble.
This suggestion has been dismissed by Sky Germany as they state the player ‘wants to leave’ Bayern for various reasons.
It’s claimed the France international is unhappy with the salary improvement proposed by the Bundesliga winners.
Coman is of the belief he’s not recognised enough within the club, and to add to this, his ‘dream’ of playing in the Premier League, has made him to consider leaving Bayern.
Sky pinpoint Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side as one of the candidates from England. A deal, however, remains ‘unlikely’ because the report claims Manchester United will ‘have no more money’ to invest on Coman, ‘after the imminent transfer of Sancho’.
This, coupled with Bayern’s fee demands of ‘three-digit million range’ will make it ‘unlikely’ for Coman to leave the German club.