Bayern Munich is not willing to let their star Kingsley Coman leave the club this summer this is after slapping a huge price tag on the player. According to the reports from Sky, Germany Bayern will only accept £ 100 million for them to release the player this summer.
The former Premier League champions, Liverpool have been interested in signing Coman this summer but only for the right price. However, with the huge price tag, it is mostly that they are going to find a cheaper alternative.
Coman has also been linked with a move back to his former club Paris Saint Germain but the selling price and his wages have hindered the deal from materializing. The player is interested in joining a club that will offer him more game time something which Bayern failed to offer him last season.
Many Premier League clubs such as Chelsea and Liverpool will have to sell other players for them to be able to add more quality players to the squad this summer.
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