Bayern Munich and Kingsley Coman haven’t found an agreement over a new contract as the Bundesliga winners aren’t willing to meet his reported €12m net per season salary demand.
This has resulted in reports linking the 25-year-old to Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool.
On Monday, we covered claims made by Sport1 the Reds are ‘definitely interested’ in the player and have initiated contact with his camp.
Sky Germany have looked at Sport1’s claims and also responded to the rumours of the Merseyside club tabling a €40m proposal to sign the wideman.
The report first explains there’s been ‘no breakthrough in negotiations’ over a new contract because the former Juventus man isn’t satisfied with the proposal made by his club. His current deal expires in 2023.
Regarding the rumoured €40m offer made by Jürgen Klopp’s side, Sky state ‘there is still no concrete offer for the winger’ and Bayern have ‘no intention’ of letting Coman leave this summer.
In order to fend off interest from Liverpool and other clubs, the German champions are demanding ‘at least €100m’ and possibly even €120m for Coman.
At the Allianz Arena, there’s belief no club will be able to put an offer around €100m on the table for the Frenchman and thus, they will be able to retain Coman beyond the summer window.