French team: minor alert in training for Kingsley Coman

More fear than harm for Kingsley Coman. Striker Kingsley Coman was injured this Monday morning during training with Bayern Munich, the local press reports. While performing a few light dribbles, the Bavarian winger collapsed, holding his left knee while screaming in pain.

A few minutes later, and after being treated on the pitch by two members of the medical staff including Jochen Hahne, the club doctor, the Frenchman was able to get up and returned to the locker room without help. According to our information, the vice-world champion then took examinations which revealed nothing serious. “It’s just a scare,” we hear from those around the Bavarian club. He is expected to return to training on Tuesday.

This latest injury to Coman was worrying when we know that the Frenchman’s body was never spared. Earlier this season, the 27-year-old from Munich had already missed numerous matches. In December, he injured his calf and had to forfeit two matches before coming off against Augsburg on January 27.

Against his Bavarian neighbor, Coman had to leave the field before the half-hour mark, already due to pain in his left knee, which had prevented him from walking alone. The start of two months without competition before returning at the end of March with Bayern. A return which was short-lived, Kingsley Coman injuring himself once again against Cologne on April 13, this time to an adductor.

Since then, the Bavarian has not played a single minute for the club. But his return to competition could take place for the Euro, Didier Deschamps selected him in his list for the competition which begins on June 14 in Germany. “Kingsley Coman is in a re-athleticization phase, if all goes well he will be available at the start of the course (May 29) to train with the collective. All players on the pre-list are expected to be ready (in case of withdrawal). Afterwards, there is June 7, with the official list to be given to UEFA. I even have until the 16th to change,” Deschamps explained on Thursday.


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