According to sources, Manchester United and Manchester City goal Kingsley Coman has turned down a contract offer from Bayern Munich.
Last season, the French winger became a hero for the German club when he scored the only goal in their treble-clinching Champions League final victory over PSG.
Bayern decided to offer the 24-year-old a new contract that would have committed him to the club until 2026, according to Kicker.
However, Coman, whose current contract expires in June 2023, declined the bid, and talks have been placed on hold.
Last summer, United made an unsuccessful bid for the France international, though City has also expressed interest.
Coman, on the other hand, was deemed “not for sale” by Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge in December, and the Bavarian giants are expected to resume talks with the player soon.
Bayern would be particularly keen to prevent a repeat of the David Alaba scenario.
The club was unable to reach an agreement with the Austrian international on a new contract, and he will leave on a free transfer this summer.
Coman is having another strong season in Germany, with six goals and thirteen assists in 27 appearances across all competitions.