Bayern Munich are prepared to make Kingsley Coman’s loan deal a permanent transfer in the near future. The transfer will be completed for the remaining sum of €21 million, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The details of the deal were simple and remain the same as when the loan was agreed. Bayern would pay Juventus €7 million for a two year loan. If Bayern wanted to make the deal permanent, they would have to decide before the end of April 2017 whether or not to pay the additional €21 million to make the deal permanent.
Coman won’t turn 21 years old until the end of the season. It’s likely that Bayern award him with a deal that that keeps him in Munich through 2021 at the earliest. With the club still negotiating with Arjen Robben on a stay in Munich, Coman’s signature long-term gives Bayern even more stability at the winger position.