Premier League giants Chelsea have submitted a €60m offer for Juventus winger Kingsley Coman, according to Téléfoot.
The Frenchman is currently coming towards the end of a two year loan spell with Bayern Munich. The latter club’s Chief Executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge confirmed that the German outfit intended to activate the £18m buy-out option in their agreement with Juventus:
“The option is valid until April 30 and we expect to keep the player.”
The French TV show’s website is reporting this morning that Premier League leaders Chelsea have made an enormous €60m offer for the French winger, alongside fellow title chasers Manchester City, who have submitted a €50m proposal for Kingsley Coman.
If Coman decides that he would prefer to go to the Premier League, then he has the power to reject joining Bayern Munich permanently in the £18m pre-agreed deal.
It is likely also in Juventus’ interest for the player not to join Bayern Munich via the buy-out clause in their 2 year loan agreement with the German giants, as they can make a far greater profit on the player in terms of the Premier League offers currently on the table.