Bayern Munich are moving closer to signing Son Heung-min, after making a definitive decision on the future of winger Kingsley Coman.
Since the end of the last season, Bayern Munich has started to sound like they want to recruit Son Heung-min in the summer transfer market. Things became more and more possible after Tottenham ended the season in a bad way, while Son’s teammate Harry Kane also officially asked to leave.
Most recently, the Bavarian Gray Lobster has made another move that is said to pave the way to welcome Son Heung-min. Specifically, according to reputable sources of SportBILD, Bayern Munich has officially stopped contract negotiations with Kingsley Coman.
The reason for this decision is said to be a disagreement over salary. Coman is earning 12 million euros per season at the Allianz Arena, and the German giants want to sign a new contract that will help the French star’s salary increase slightly to about 13 million euros. However, the Coman side insisted on asking for more than 20 million euros and Bayern could not agree.
This latest move is likely to end Coman’s future at Bayern Munich. The French striker himself is also facing many options when he receives interest from both Manchester United and Chelsea.
If they accept to sell Kingsley Coman, Bayern Munich will need another attacking star to replace and Son Heung-min is likely to be the chosen one. Tottenham is going through a period of serious instability and it will be a very good opportunity for the German giants to achieve their desires.
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