Bayern Munich | After the Coman deal: Gnabry now wants to earn that much money

The long-term contract extension of winger Kingsley Kingsley Coman is both a sporting blessing and a financial curse for FC Bayern.

The most important thing for the Munich team is that they have once again tied one of their star players to the club at a world-class level in the long term until 2027. On the other hand, the Frenchman’s signing of the contract also means that other Bayern stars will now also be making significantly higher salary demands. Above all Serge Gnabry.

Since the Coman extension, it has been clear that the German national player currently has by far the lowest annual salary at Bayern compared to his winger colleagues.

Kingsley Coman is now supposed to collect 17 million euros plus bonuses, Leroy Sané even 20 million euros per year from the German record champions.

According to “image“Soccer boss Christian Falk means that Gnabry will also demand a significant increase in salary before he can sign a new working paper at FC Bayern.

FC Bayern wants to extend Gnabry in the long term

Gnabry’s contract runs until 2023, last year there were first negotiations about an extension with the club management. Due to the newly created facts about his direct competitor Kingsley Coman, it is assumed that the Gnabry side now wants to make significantly more references.

According to the “Bild” podcast “Bayern Insider”, the annual salary could end up being up to two or three million euros more than the people from Munich had imagined at the beginning of the negotiations with the 26-year-old.

According to the current status, Gnabry should currently have a salary of nine to ten million euros.

For a long-term contract extension, the player side had recently asked for around 16 million euros. This sum could now be corrected upwards again by the offensive man’s advisors in response to the Coman deal.


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