Unethical offer? Transfer insider confirms Real interest in Kingsley Coman!
According to current media reports, Real Madrid has an eye on Kingsley Coman. Accordingly, the Spaniards see the FCB star as a cost-effective alternative to Kylian Mbappe. At FC Bayern, however, they are not really considering selling the Frenchman. Only an immoral offer would cause the Bayern bosses to waver.
Players such as Jamal Musiala, Alphonso Davies and Joshua Kimmich are not for sale at FC Bayern. Kingsley Coman is also highly rated by those responsible at Säbener Strasse, but the Frenchman does not fall into the same category as Musiala & Co. As „BILD“ chief reporter Tobias Altschäffl reports, there are currently no thoughts at all about selling Coman, but an „“unethical offer“ could make the Bayern bosses reconsider.
Even though Altschäffl did not name a specific sum, it is likely to be in the three-digit million range. The current market value of the runner-up in the World Cup is currently estimated at 60 million euros.
🚨| The interest in Kingsley Coman is TRUE. Real Madrid have made an enquiry to his agent. @abc_es pic.twitter.com/DUp4E9djAZ
— Madrid Xtra (@MadridXtra) February 10, 2023
Real has Coman on the radar since 2020
In Spain, reports recently made the rounds according to which Real Madrid would consider a move for Coman. Altschäffl has confirmed this in the podcast „Bayern Insider“. Accordingly, the winger has already been on the radar since the summer of 2020.
Interestingly, Coman himself has played with the idea of leaving the Munich club after the CL triumph with Bayern and has been repeatedly linked with numerous top clubs in recent years. At the beginning of 2022, however, Coman has decided to extend his contract until 2027 at the record champion.
„Makes little sense to sell him“
Bayern coach Julian Nagelsmann made it clear on Friday that Coman was anything but a candidate for sale for him: „King is an absolutely important player for me and us, who has outstanding abilities. So from the coach’s point of view, it makes little sense to sell him.“