Coman reveals he 'feels even better' in Munich after a conversation with Hoeness
Kingsley Coman says a conversation with Bayern boss Uli Hoeness has made him 'feel even better' at the Bavarian club.
Kingsley Coman reveals Bayern München president Uli Hoeness invited him into his house for a conversation a few months ago.
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And the 22-year-old explains that his talk with Hoeness has made him appreciate playing for Bayern München even more.
"A few months ago, Uli Hoeness invited me to his home by the Tegernsee, so that we could get to know each other better and exchange ideas. Just the two of us. There was a very pleasant atmosphere. He had specially prepared some delicious Bavarian cookies for me," Coman told Socrates and added:
"It give me a better understanding of why many people sat that Bayern is a family. He told me that if I give everything to the club on a daily basis, the bosses will always be there for me and stand by my side. That conversation has made me feel even better."
Coman, who has struggled with injuries this season, was unable to play for France against Moldova on Friday evening due to back pain.
The French winger has made 19 appearances for Bayern this season with six goals and two assists to his name.