Bayern Munich first refusal to sell Kingsley Coman to Liverpool is definitely understandable knowing he is a world class winger.
The Merseyside giants are now planning to return to the negotiations table by upping their bid from £30m to £38m for the winger.
Coman currently has a year left to run on his existing contract and if Bayern Munich do not sell him now they’re bound to lose him for nothing come next season.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sports, via beIN Sports, Liverpool’s formal offer of £30m for the France international was rejected by Bayern Munich cause it failed to meet the club’s £42m valuation.
The Reds will return with a £38m bid for the attacker along with some performance add-ons attached it to meet the £42m required by Bayern Munich to sanction the sell.