Bayern München reportedly want to sort out Kingsley Coman's future before potentially making a move for Leeds United's Raphinha.
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Bayern München will only consider signing Raphinha from Leeds United if Kingsley Coman turns down a contract extension, according to Sky Germany.
Brazilian media outlet TNT Sports claimed last month that Bayern are set to sign the winger for €50 million this month.
Per Sky Germany, Bayern are indeed interested in Raphinha, but the German champions will not make a move for him during this transfer period.
Instead, the German champions want to focus on their ongoing contract talks with Kingsley Coman, whose deal expires in 2023.
Should Coman opt to leave Bayern, Raphina could be a candidate to replace him, but "a transfer is still a long way off," Sky reports.