Bayern Munich have reportedly set an asking price of €90m for Kinglsey Coman, amid reports linking the winger with a move to the Premier League.
Liverpool and Manchester United have been credited as admirers of the France international, who is understood to have been offered to Premier League clubs by his representatives after failing to agree new terms on a deal with Bayern.
The 25-year-old currently has two years remaining on his contract at the Bundesliga champions and Liverpool are believed to have made ‘contact’ with the player regarding a potential move to Merseyside.
Reports earlier this week claimed the Reds had seen an opening offer of €35m rejected with Bayern holding out for a figure in the region of €50m, but Sport Bild are now reporting that the Bavarians have set a huge asking price of €90m (£77m).
Even Coman – who has scored 32 goals in 140 appearances since signing for Bayern in 2017 – is believed to deem that fee as ‘unrealistic’ in the current financial climate.
The winger has won a huge collection of silverware during his career to take and has claimed 10 league titles during spells with PSG, Juventus and Bayern, whilst he scored the winner as the German giants beat former club PSG in the 2020 Champions League final.
Manchester United have been long-term admirers of the player, though interest from the Red Devils this summer is only likely should a deal for Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho fail to materialise.
Liverpool, however, are said to be in the market for forward additions after beginning their summer with the £35m signing of France U21 international defender Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig.
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