“Must Not Rule Anything Out” – Kingsley Coman On Sensational Premier League Move

Written by Albert Echatah

Although Kingsley Coman has stated that he is happy where he is at Bayern Munich, the winger has not ruled out a potential transfer to the Premier League.

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Coman joined Bayern in 2015 after stints with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain. In 286 games across all competitions, he has made appearances for the German powerhouse, tallying 66 assists and 62 goals.

During his professional career, the 27-year-old has won 25 trophies in total, 19 of which have been with Bayern. He is most known for his eight Bundesliga wins and Champions League victory in 2019–20.

Shortly after the 2022 World Cup, Coman extended his Bayern contract until June 2027, ostensibly putting a stop to rumors about his future. The winger has subsequently acknowledged that other teams were interested in hiring him.

“There were many teams that wanted me, not just in England. I can’t say who,” Coman said in an interview with Sky Sports.

Coman has nonetheless said that he finds the idea of playing for a Premier League team intriguing.

“The Premier League is one of the leagues, if not the league, with the most challenges and intensity. It is definitely a league I would like to play in one day but you don’t know what could happen in football. I could stay in Bayern and be the happiest ever.”

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Erik ten Hag is anxious to prevent Jadon Sancho from making a “empty gesture,” therefore Manchester United is apparently willing to accept a “significant loss” on him.

Sancho has a disruptive impact on the rest of United’s team, according to manager Ten Hag, who is determined to get rid of the winger.

This season, Sancho and Ten Hag had a nasty falling out, with the Dutchman publicly criticizing his player in the media for his lack of effort in practice. After spending £73 million on him in 2021, United is now willing to suffer a “significant loss” on the player in the January transfer window.


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