Kingsley Coman is looking forward to facing his boyhood club in Sunday's Champions League final.
|Kingsley Coman.||Photo: Sven Mandel / CC-BY-SA-4.0|
Bayern München winger Kingsley Coman has opened up on his special relationship with Paris Saint-Germain ahead of Sunday's Champions League final between the two sides.
The 24-year-old came through the youth ranks and turned professional at PSG, but insists his past doesn't change his attitude to the game in any way.
"It's the club where I grew up, but now I'm at Bayern. It's six years since I left PSG, so a long time ago now. I think there are only two players left who were there six years ago. This is not a game between me and PSG, it's a game between Bayern München and PSG. We want to win and we'll do everything in our power to achieve that. I stand 100% by Bayern München," Coman said at a press conference on Friday, according to FC Bayern's website.
Coman left PSG for Juventus in 2014 before joining Bayern a year later on a loan deal that was since made permanent.