Bayern Munich have slapped a £77million price-tag on Kingsley Coman amid rumoured interest from Liverpool and Manchester United, according to reports in Germany.
Coman, 25, is said to be attracting attention from the Premier League clubs ahead of the summer transfer window.
But the winger, who only has two years remaining on his current Bayern deal, believes he is being priced out of a move away from Munich amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to BILD, the German champions are demanding £77million for Coman – who feels that price is unrealistic for any team to match due to financial constraints brought on by the pandemic.
He therefore may be forced to see out the remainder of his contract at the Allianz Arena before sealing a free move in 2023.
New Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann is understood to have Coman in his plans for next season as he prepares to take over from Hansi Flick.
Bayern chiefs are reportedly keen to tie him down to a new contract and end speculation over his future at the club.
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However, the France international is said to be demanding a wage that matches Leroy Sane’s.
Sane put pen to paper on a £380,000-a-week deal after joining Bayern from Manchester City last year, which could be hard for the club to match.
Coman is hot property in European football this summer amid doubts over his Bayern future, with Liverpool and United believed to be circling.
Jurgen Klopp is on the hunt for additions to his Reds squad as he bids to regain the Premier League title in 2021/22, while Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to strengthen his Red Devils squad and mount a serious title challenge next term.
And Coman, who scored the winning goal in Bayern’s 2020 Champions League final triumph, would be a stellar reinforcement for either side.
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The former Paris St-Germain has not gone a single season without winning the Bundesliga title in his four-year spell at Bayern, racking up 140 appearances and scoring 32 goals.