Bayern inform Man United that Coman isn’t on the market in switch window


Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, managing director of Bayern Munich, has insisted that Manchester United-linked winger Kingsley Coman is “not for sale”.

United were heavily linked with a move for Coman in the summer transfer window. Rumor has it that Bayern wanted to benefit from the French international, but a man with three years left to fulfill his current contract was left with the end.

However, there were still rumors that United might be interested in signing Coman in the windows to come. Rummenigge says, however, that there is no chance the talented attacker will leave the Allianz Arena in the near future, as he told Kicker while getting lyrical about his latest performance: “Kingsley is an absolute top player today and for FC Bavaria extremely valuable.

“He often makes the difference, only when it matters most. Kingsley is not for sale. “

The Bayern boss added to the conciliatory words he had offered Coman during his fight for fitness last season: “I hugged him and told him that injuries are part of the game, especially in modern football, and that ours are medical Department would do whatever it takes to ensure he would be back in great shape on the field soon.

“Fortunately, it turned out that way.”

Look, Coman is a very exciting player who has a bright future in the game and Coman is one of those players. So it’s probably a shame he is staying here as he could have been a very good addition to the United States attack.

Actually, he could have been a very good addition to the Premier League, but that’s good news for Bayern fans.

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