Coman was not worried about Bayern signing Sané and swearing to stay to fight for the spot

The French winger is confident that his place at the Allianz Arena will not be threatened if the Manchester City star is recruited this summer.

Kingsley Coman says he won’t do it “no problem” if Bayern Munich signs with Leroy Sané this summer and has promised to stay and fight for their place on the team. Leroy Sane has been linked to a transfer to Bayern Munich from Manchester City since last summer, but the injury to the German international during the Community Shield interrupted negotiations. Rumors started again as the summer transfer window was fast approaching.

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Talks between the two clubs reached an advanced stage last week, but a final deal has not yet been agreed with Manchester, which would require € 70 million for a talented and valuable player. If the German international is really to be transferred to the Allianz Arena this summer when the market opens, it should fit in with the formation of Hansi Flick on the left wing.

However, Kingsley Coman held this role for most of the 2019-20 campaign and is not worried about losing his place after competing with a number of world-class players for a consistent playing time since arriving at Bayern Munich from Juventus. The French, often embarrassed by injuries, have previously competed with Arjen Robben and Franck Ribéry and managed to win during the seasons.

“My future does not depend on Leroy Sané”

The 23-year-old told Sport Picture: “If Sané came, it wouldn’t be a problem! Unless the club tells me they don’t need me anymore, but I think the club knows what’s in me. Leroy Sané’s situation has nothing to do with my own future. When I came to Bayern Munich we had Franck Ribéry, Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa and me, and I was still a young player, before the legends Ribéry and Robben! You can see that this is not a problem for me “.

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“It is better for the team if there are many players at this level”, the Frenchman concluded. Kingsley Coman went on to say that he was in no hurry to make a decision about his long-term future: “I have a contract until 2023, which means we have time. I want to end the season, after that in the summer I can think about my situation: what I want to do, which decision is good. “

Coman opened the scoring in Bavaria’s 4-2 victory at Bayer Leverkusen last weekend, bringing its total goal to six goals this season in 29 games. The Frenchman – who has previously been to Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus – is about to win the eighth champion title in his career, Bavaria is just two wins away from retaining his crown in the Bundesliga.