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Kingsley Coman took the next step on the way to his comeback at Bayern Munich on Tuesday. As the German record champion proved, the Frenchman had a nearly 30-min-long running session on the S’bener Strae.
It was the first time the Fl-gelst-rmer had been spotted jogging on THE training grounds of FC Bayern since he was jogging with fitness trainer Simon Martinello.
Coman’s teammates, meanwhile, have no training, so the 23-year-old was the only Munchner professional to make his rounds on the turf.
A bald comeback in the Bayern squad will be far from enough. As the “kicker” reported, head coach Hansi Flick plans the next few weeks without his fast offensive whirlwind, which in mid-December turned the knee spectacularly and without will, and ultimately with a capsule tear.
Flick pretends: “The important thing is that it has a good structure”
‘He needs his time where he needs to train. The important thing is that he has a good build-up,” the transgaming.orgs magazine quoted the Bayern coach as saying on Tuesday. The aim is to get the current Bayern start up until the start of the Champions League quarter-finals.
“We want the sublime players at the end of February, beginning Murz all there,” Flick said. The knockout phase of the Knigsklasse begins for FC Bayern with the duel at FC Chelsea on 27 February (R-ckspiel on 18th Murz in Munich). Until then, Coman should also have time to get himself in top form.
Before his injury, the fl-gelflitzer was an important factor at FC Bayern. In the current season, Coman played 20 games for the German industry, scoring four goals.