Coman tipped for Liverpool swap if Salah leaves for Spain
With Liverpool still at the top of the Premier League and the 2020/21 team to be beaten, one has to wonder why Mo Salah or his representatives didn’t come out and clearly put rumors of a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid to bed .
Assuming that the Egyptian king actually wants to see the Spanish sunshine for the next few years, the Reds will have to find an adequate replacement.
Given his outstanding performances for the Merseysiders, this is no easy task, although former Red Dietmar Hamann believes he only knows the player.
“They’re two of the best wingers in the world [Serge] Gnabry, who was at Arsenal, and Kingsley Coman – he’s in an uproar right now, ”he told Stadium Astro, quoted by The Sun.
“Would you want to leave Bayern Munich? I don’t think so, but you don’t know.
“I don’t know if there is anything in Salah that is doing an interview or wants to go to Spain. If he wants to leave, Barcelona and Madrid would be interested.
“If a player wants to leave, you have to let them go. If he has a desire to leave, it is likely that he will in the summer.
“There are some fantastic talents in Germany and France. I think they’ll have a list. For me, Kingsley Coman is the best winger right now.
“When he came to Munich he had injury problems, but he got fit and scored the winner in the Champions League final.
“He’s two feet, he’s fast, he’s very smart, made good decisions and his finish has improved a lot.
“Coman is the player. Bayern Munich have no interest in losing him, he’s happy.
“If Salah were to move when he wanted to go, that is very likely, then that would have a nudge effect. Liverpool has to buy someone. Whoever they sign, this team has to buy a replacement. Things go fast. “
At the age of 24 and his profile, it is difficult to imagine a better fit for Jürgen Klopp’s team than Coman.
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