Man City and Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Kingsley Coman.


Man City and Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Kingsley Coman.

Kingsley Coman, a France international, is apparently looking for a move to the Premier League.

According to rumors in the French media, Manchester City and Liverpool transfer target Kingsley Coman is stalling on a new deal and would prefer a move to the Premier League. The versatile Bayern Munich star’s current contract with the Bundesliga club expires in just two years.

Coman has been linked with Man City and Liverpool in the past, but no deal has ever materialized. In the summer transfer window, both clubs made only one notable addition.

The 25-year-old has already competed in three of the ‘big five’ divisions, with a move to England bringing him to a fourth.

Coman began his professional career with Paris Saint-Germain, where he made his debut in the 2013-14 season. He then moved on to Juventus, but his time in Serie A was brief.

In 2015, a brief spell with Bayern helped the France international kick-start his career, and the deal was quickly extended.

Coman, on the other hand, isn’t fully at ease with the Bavarians and appears to be weighing his alternatives.

Due to injuries and stiff competition for spots, he only made 29 appearances last season, compared to just 24 the year before.

Despite Bayern’s desire to tie him down to a new deal, Coman is reportedly contemplating his alternatives, according to French site Le 10 Sport.

He continues to express his desire to play in the Premier League. Man City and Liverpool have both expressed an interest in the project in the past.

City wanted to acquire a new forward in the summer, but only Jack Grealish came in, albeit in a big £100 million English transfer record deal.

Grealish can play in either wide or center midfield, but he is thought to favour the latter. Pep Guardiola reportedly wanted Cristiano Ronaldo before his spectacular return to Manchester United after publicly expressing his interest in signing Tottenham’s Harry Kane.

Kane was eager to leave Spurs in search of a major trophy after failing to win one during his career. However, near the close of the transfer window, the 28-year-old revealed that he would stay with the North Londoners beyond the summer.

Liverpool’s defensive problems were alleviated by the signing of Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig, but manager Jurgen Klopp has been chastised for failing to sign a new forward.

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