The most recent report from the training camp doesn't have much good news in hand for the Bayern Munich fans who are anticipating Kingsley Coman's return for the Round of Sixteen match against Liverpool.
According to Bild, Coman's availability for the game can only be decided later. Bayern will have its final training session on Monday in Liverpool. His fitness and efficiency during the session will be the deciding factor on whether or not he is included in the team against the Reds.
Coman completed an individual running session on Sunday under the supervision of a rehab coach, which was followed by a quick practice session with the ball under fitness chief Holger Broich. Even though he worked hard in the center and ran some laps, it was reported that he wasn't still completely free from the injury and was grasping at his injured left foot.
It looked like this: short dribbles with quick direction changes. It turned out that the Frenchman still has problems. He kept touching his injured left foot, then broke off the stress test. After a lap, he went into the (training center).
Bayern bangt vor Liverpool - Coman bricht Belastungstest ab! https://t.co/6Y8k9HS4jd— BILD FC Bayern (@BILD_Bayern) February 17, 2019
However, FCBayern.com reported on that Niko Kovač hasn't yet ruled out the option of including Coman in the team. Coman will travel to Britain with the rest of the team and is hoping to be a part of what is supposed to be one of the most exciting matches of the season.
Bild had reported on Saturday that there was nothing to be worried regarding the condition of the Frenchman. The MRI scan conducted the previous day showed that there was no ligament damage and that fans would be able to see play at Anfield.
As per the latest report, though, the chances of seeing Coman in Anfield now appear uncertain at best.