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Arsenal have approached Bayern Munich over the availability of Kingsley Coman, according to reports.
Gunners boss, Arsene Wenger is understood to be keen on signing a midfielder that is capable of playing on the wings and remains adamant on bringing in Thomas Lemar whose move is being dragged due to Monaco’s reluctance to allow the Frenchman leave this summer.
Reports in Telefoot claims that the North London outfit contacted Bayern over a potential move for Coman but the German champions were not ready to do business over the midfielder who is said to be keen on nailing a place under Carlo Ancelotti next season as the 2018 World Cup beckons.
The former Juventus youngster managed only 10 starts in the German Bundesliga last season due to his injury problems after being sidelined due to a knee ligament injury.
The 21-year-old joined Bayern Munich on an initial two-year loan deal in 2015 from Juve and the move was made permanent last April with reports that the German paid €28 million for his signature.
Coman recently spoke about his desire to force his way into the plans of Bayern boss Carlo Ancelotti at the Allianz Arena ahead of next year World Cup in Russia with hopes of representing France at the competition