Wednesday, 10 June 2020

Leroy Sané's situation has nothing to do with my future - Kingsley Coman

Leroy Sané's situation has nothing to do with my future - Kingsley Coman

Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman has claimed he has no problem with Leroy Sane joining the Bundesliga giant.

Bayern has been linked with a move for Manchester City man Leroy Sane and report has it that the Bundesliga side is looking to finalize a deal this summer as they look to meet City's asking price.

Leroy Sane joining the club means the German side will be more deadly in attack but also it also means that there will be competition for Coman who plays the same position as the German international.

However, Coman believes this is not a problem as he has been in that situation before especially when he first joined the club, and the likes of Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa, and Franck Ribéry were still in the side and he had to fight to get into the team.

'When I joined FC Bayern, we had Franck Ribéry, Arjen Robben, Douglas Costa and me,' Coman said while speaking on a video call with Sport Bild

'And I was still a young player, with the legends Ribéry and Robben before me! You can see from that that's no problem for me.'

It's better for the team if there are lots of players at this level.'

'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 they have in me. Leroy Sané's situation has nothing to do with my future.'

'I have a contract until 2023, so we have time. I want to finish the season, then in the summer I can think about my situation: what I want to do, what decision is good.'

Coman also shares his opinion about the situation going on around the world and the Black Lives matter movement.

'I follow exactly what's happening in the world, I know what movements there are. We should listen to what the people on the streets have to say now,' He added 

'But: We should not only do that now, but all year round. This topic is always on the agenda of society, not only currently. I always try to deal with it and support these people.'

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