Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich won't let Kingsley Koman leave on a cheap after slapping a €100 million price tag on their winger.
Liverpool is among the teams said to be interested in the player and according to Sky Germany, any team who would like to have the Frenchman must fork out that sum to get him this summer.
Coman had has a brilliant Euro 2020 campaign with France where they were surprisingly eliminated in the round of 16 by Switzerland with the player almost netting a winner in the dying minutes of added time only to be denied by the crossbar.
It is reported that he wants a regular start at Bayern something that his previous manager Hansi Flick didn't guarantee; his representatives informing his suitors about the same.
Apart from Liverpool, the player has previously been linked with a return to Paris Saint Germain but his wages and the price tag have been an issue for many clubs who would like to have him.