Chelsea and Manchester United are keeping tabs on the contract situation of Bayern Munich forward Kingsley Coman ahead of the summer.
The Frenchman has had a productive season with the Bavarian giants this term, registering a combined 18 goals and assists in all competitions.
His current deal with Bayern expires in two years’ time, and it is understood that Coman has rejected a contract proposal from the club.
According to Fussball Transfers, Chelsea and United are closely monitoring his situation, and could make an approach in the coming months.
Bayern are expected to hold a fresh round of contract talks at the end of the season, and they remain confident of prolonging his stay.
Coman is open to staying with the German champions, but may look elsewhere if they are unwilling to meet his wage demands.
The World Cup winner has made nearly 200 appearances for Bayern in all competitions, registering 40 goals and 48 assists.