Manchester United are reportedly keen on Bayern Munich star Kinglsey Coman, the Red Devils set to try and entice the winger with a mega-money contract offer.
The France international has enjoyed a stellar career to date, having remarkably won a domestic title in each of the last nine seasons since making his debut for Paris Saint-Germain in 2013, including six succesive league titles with current side Bayern Munich.
Still only 24, the forward already boasts a sensational footballing CV, having also played a key role in Bayern’s Champions League triumph last season, netting the winning goal in the showpiece against former club, PSG.
A pacy and skilful wideman, Coman has enjoyed another fine campaign under Hansi Flick in Germany, ending the season with ten assists and five goals in the league for the title winners.
That impressive form has unsurprisingly attracted the attention of rival clubs, German outlet Bild reporting that Manchester United are keen to ‘rekindle’ their interest in the player this summer and are willing to offer a bumper wage in order to prize him from the Allianz Arena.
As per the report, United have previously shown an interest in the player, after having initially missed out on top target Jadon Sancho last summer.
While the Borussia Dortmund starlet has once again been rumoured to be making the switch to Old Trafford, it would seem that a move for Coman is also a possibility, the Red Devils set to offer the Frenchman a £200,000-a-week wage in an attempt to entice him to make the switch.
Although the former Juventus man currently has two years remaining on his existing contract, it is believed that his hefty wage demands may not be met by the German side, throwing his future in Bavaria into doubt.
United’s interest in both Sancho and Coman comes amid their pursuit of a new right-sided winger, a position that has been a problem for the club in recent years.
This season has seen the likes of Mason Greenwood, Daniel James and Paul Pogba deployed on the right-wing, yet all three perhaps appear better suited elsewhere, with the club in need of a more consistent presence on the right flank as they look to challenge for the title next season.