Bayern Munich Kingsley Coman hopes his move to the German champions will be the last he has to make in his career.
The France international joined the Allianz Arena outfit at the start of the season on a two-year loan deal from Juventus and has since gone onto become a regular as they eye the treble.
The 19-year-old winger has told Telefoot, as cited by ESPN, that he is playing at one of the top sides in world football and “players with successful careers often don’t make too many transfers.”
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Coman has scored four goals and set up a further five in his 20 league games this season, helping Bayern to the top of the Bundesliga.
The Frenchman came off the bench in last week’s Champions League second leg against parent club Juventus, making an assist and netting in extra-time, as Die Roten fought back to win 6-4 on aggregate and progress to the quarter-finals, with the attacker happy with the victory.
"I am already at one of the three best clubs in the world, so I would not mind it at all to stay at Bayern my entire career.
“The win over Juventus is probably the best thing that has ever happened to me during my professional career,” claimed the ex-PSG youngster," he added.
“[Bayern manager] Pep Guardiola told me to give my all and to try to force something when he brought me on. I can only thank him for all he has done for me so far.”
Having started out his senior career as the youngest debutant for PSG at 16-years-old, and despite being unwanted by his hometown club, Coman has gone on to become one of the brightest youngsters in the game.
Bayern paid €7 million to Juventus to take him on loan for two seasons, but with the Frenchman establishing himself as a key member of the team, the Bavarian outfit will consider it a bargain should they decide to pay an extra €21 million to make the move permanent.
The German giants have until April 2017 to confirm the longer deal but considering his current form, it's looking highly likely that the move will be made permanent sooner rather than later.
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