Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool sounded out for Kingsley Coman move

Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool have been contacted by Bayern Munich star Kingsley Coman’s agent over a potential transfer.

According to a report from HITC, Kingsley Coman’s future at Bayern Munich is uncertain, and the French winger could part ways with the club this summer. His agent is busy looking for an ideal destination for his client and has reached out to Premier League clubs. Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool have all been informed about the availability of the £50 million-rated winger.

Coman arrived at the German club back in 2015 on a two-season-long loan from Juventus. The move became permanent in 2017, and he has been an integral part of their first team. While he has played a big part in all the success they have had, the French winger has gone down the pecking order in the recent past.

On top of that, he has missed a significant amount of games (21) because of injury. Last season, he only featured in 27 games and contributed towards eight goals in just over 1,700 minutes of first-team football.

Jamal Musiala has been doing a great job on the left flank and with Michael Olise expected to soon join Bayern Munich, Coman is unsure about his place in the team. While he still has three years left on his deal at the club, he is considering making a move away.

Coman offered to Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool

Kingsley Coman’s agents have been on the lookout for his next destination, and they have been in dialogue with some of the biggest clubs in England. They have reached out to the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool via intermediaries.

The Gunners are looking to add more firepower to their ranks. Mikel Arteta wants to sign someone who can help create chances and score goals. So, Coman could be a great signing for Arsenal. With Raheem Sterling and Mykhailo Mudryk not living up to the expectations, he could also help solve a few problems at Chelsea.

As far as Liverpool are concerned, Arne Slot already has quite a few options up top but he could welcome the addition of a player who can play anywhere in attack and has a proven track record. While signing Coman seems to be a great idea, it seems unlikely either of the clubs would be willing to fork out the £50 million required to sign a 28-year-old who has a history of injury issues.

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