The French wonderkid moved to Bayern during the summer, only a year after swapping Paris Saint-Germain for Turin.
Few have ever doubted his potential, but only now in Germany is he truly demonstrating what all the fuss is about. The attacker has already bagged three goals in the Bundesliga this term, as well as another in the Champions League, and has picked up an encouraging seven assists to date.
It’s enough to tempt Juventus to try to end the loan deal and bring the youngster back to Serie A early, surely?
According to the player himself, speaking to Bild, he’s not interested in a return to Juventus, and only sees his future with Bayern.
“I want to stay here,” he said, as reported by Le 10 Sport. “I want to find my way with Bayern Munich. I am not thinking of Juventus, the recent time with the Bianconeri was very frustrating.
“My intention is not just to stay for two years at Bayern.”
If the Bavarian giants want to sign Coman, however, they will have to splash out a considerable €21M to secure his services as per the terms of their contractual agreement with Juve.
Arsenal may also look to sign Coman on a permanent deal in the future, with Arsene Wenger admitting recently that he was an admirer of his young compatriot.
The Gunners missed out on a move for the wideman when he originally moved to Juve, and with things not working out in Italy, might they also look to move for him in the future?