Bayern München have reportedly started looking into the possibility of extending the contracts of Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich and Kingsley Coman.
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Bayern München want to extend the contracts of Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich and Kingsley Coman, according to Sport Bild.
"It's our goal to keep together this core of players, who have walked the road of success with us," FC Bayern sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic told the German magazine.
Goretzka's deal expires in 2022 while Kimmich and Coman are out of contract a year later, in 2023.
Bayern have already come far in their talks with Goretzka, as per the report. Initial talks have been held, the midfielder wants to stay, and their negotiations could be concluded by the end of May.
The Bavarians are also said to have held initial talks with Kimmich, who is leaning towards staying long-term as well.
With Coman, things are little more complicated, according to Sport Bild, who claims Manchester United showed very concrete interest in the winger last summer, offering him an annual salary of €8 million after taxes.
The 24-year-old currently earns €12 million before taxes at Bayern and wants 'more financial appreciation' if he is to sign a new deal.