Coman went through the PSG academy as a youngster before dropping out of the Ligue 1 giants to join Juventus in 2014.

Coman is happy at Bayern Munich

Bayern Munich player Kingsley Coman says he is unlikely to return to PSG anytime soon due to Neymar’s presence. Coman went through the PSG academy as a youngster before dropping out of the Ligue 1 giants to join Juventus in 2014. He played 20 games in his full-season with Italy and then moved to Bayern Munich, initially on loan until a permanent deal was concluded in 2017. Coman ultimately became the hero of Bayern’s Champions League final triumph over his former club, scoring a second-half the lone goal to lead Germany to a 1-0 win over PSG. Winger admitted that he felt “sick” for his former club in the final, although he was equally thrilled to secure the title for Bayern Munich.

PSG is not is Kingsley’s career plans

Despite PSG’s admiration, Coman says he has no intention of returning to his boyhood club as the Ligue 1 champions already have Neymar starring on the left-wing. “It’s difficult. Suppose Neymar is on the left. No, it’s almost impossible. Paris is not in my career plans,” Coman told journalists. “I can have eight to ten years at a high level, so we can’t close the door. I have childhood memories in my head. There are a little less good things, but I have good memories of my time at PSG”. He added: “PSG will always be my favorite club. But it was the right decision for me to leave, and maybe if I hadn’t left, I wouldn’t have won this Champions League. I thought that with my qualities, I could play for a big club.”

Coman had played 38 times for Bayern Munich this season, scoring eight goals in all competitions when the club traveled to the other Bundesliga with a historic treble. However, with the arrival of Manchester City’s Leroy Sane, he will face increased competition for a place in the team this season. The German winger moved to Munich for a €60 million fee, signing a five-year contract with the club in the process.