Man United set to offer former Juventus forward £260,000-per-week wages to sign him next summer.
By Vick1014 | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 3218 views
Manchester United appears to be in need of a winger that will strengthen their attack, as they have been linked some quality wingers in the past.
However, Man United are willing to lure 24-year old French winger into their squad when transfer window reopens, as a report claims, Man United are set to offer 24-year old winger £260,000-per-week wages in an attempt to tempt him away from Allianz Arena.
Man United set to offer 24-year old Bundesliga forward £260,000-per-week in a bid to sign him next summer, according to reports.
The 24-year old former Juventus player earns £137,000-per-week as a Bayern Munich player, and his deal at Allianz Arena is expected to terminate in 2023.
He has a release clause worth €55million, therefore, Man United may need to trigger Kingsley Coman's €55million release clause to secure his services next summer.
In your view, should Man United offer Bayern Munich €55million to sign the former Juventus star who earns £137,000-a-week Kingsley Coman?
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