Bayern Munich Lose Kingsley Coman To Adductor Injury Ahead Of Arsenal Showdown

Kingsley Coman has been ruled out of Bayern Munich's UEFA Champions League quarterfinal second leg against Arsenal in midweek after suffering an adductor muscle injury.

Apr 14, 2024 - 12:34
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Bayern Munich Lose Kingsley Coman To Adductor Injury Ahead Of Arsenal Showdown

Coman picked up the problem in Bayern Munich's 2-0 win over Cologne in the Bundesliga on Saturday.

Bayern Munich fear the 27-year-old France international could miss the rest of the season.

A statement from the Bundesliga club on Saturday evening read: “Kingsley Coman will be out of action for FC Bayern for several weeks after the forward suffered an injury in his right adductor muscle in the Bundesliga home game against Koln on Saturday.

“This was confirmed following an examination by FC Bayern’s medical department.

“Coman injured himself after a movement in the Koln penalty area with no intervention from an opponent and had to be substituted in the 50th minute.”

Coman has made 27 appearances across all competitions this season, scoring five goals and assisting three times.

Reacting to the news, Bayern Munich manager Thomas Tuchel said: "The big downside to the whole game is the injury to Kingsley Coman. It makes me very sad because I know how hard he worked and how important he is for us. First Serge Gnabry is out, then he and Leroy Sane are doubts [for Wednesday]."

Coman scored the winning goal for Bayern Munich in the 2020 Champions League final against Paris Saint Germain.