Bayern Munich are reportedly some way away from matching Chelsea target Kingsley Coman’s wage demands on a fresh contract.
He has two years left on his existing deal with Bayern Munich, but the attacker wants a contract extension in line with his performances.
The German giants’ management have been in talks with his agents over fresh terms, but no agreement is in place.
Die Roten are struggling to meet the wage demands the star has made and for the moment, the club are far away from what Coman wants.
According to German TV channel Sport1, the Bavarians have offered a new deal worth €13 million per year before tax as part of the discussions.
It is far more than Manchester United offered in 2020 in order to snare the Blues attacking target away from the Allianz Arena.
But that is still not enough as the forward is claimed to be demanding a contract worth €20 million from his club.
The German champions have maintained that they won’t go above and beyond to meet anyone’s wage demands and were content to see David Alaba leave on a free transfer.
Kingsley has suitors in England with Thomas Tuchel’s team believed to be keeping close a close eye on his situation, but it remains to be seen if the west Londoners will be prepared to pay him €20 million per season.