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Kingsley Coman is in trouble with Bayern Munich after driving his £170K McLaren to training

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Kingsley Coman is in trouble with Bayern Munich after driving his £170K McLaren to training
Bayern Munich star Kingsley Coman has landed himself in hot water after driving to training in his £170,000 McLaren as opposed to his company car.



Kingsley Coman is in trouble with Bayern Munich after driving his £170K McLaren to training

The Bundesliga champions have a key 
relationship with Audi, and the German manufacturers have provided every squad member with a new car since 2002, the year they became a shareholder of the club.

Bayern players are expected to drive their Audi company cars to and from their Sabener Strasse training base as part of the sponsorship deal.


Kingsley Coman is in trouble with Bayern Munich after driving his £170K McLaren to training
Kingsley Coman is in trouble with Bayern Munich after driving his £170K McLaren to training
Bayern ace risked the wrath of the club by flouting rules of having to drive Audi company car
Bayern ace risked the wrath of the club by flouting rules of having to drive Audi company car

But Coman, 23, became the latest player to flout the rule after instead taking his luxurious McLaren 570S Spider to training and could now face a hefty fine from the club.


The France winger could be slapped with a £43,500 fine after sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic warned he would dish out stiff punishments for those who do not adhere to the rules with Philippe Coutinho and Niklas Sule being spotted recently driving their Mercedes and Ferrari motors respectively.


Bayern players are also allowed to drive cars from the Volkswagen group, meaning Bentleys and Porches would be acceptable.


Coman, who is yet to receive a fine from Bayern, apologised for his mistake but insisted he could not drive the Audi because of a broken wing mirror.


The France winger, pictured in training this week, could now face a hefty fine for his mishap
The France winger, pictured in training this week, could now face a hefty fine for his mishap

Bayern club sponsor Audi have provided every squad member with a new car since 2002
Bayern club sponsor Audi have provided every squad member with a new car since 2002

He told Bild: 'I would like to apologise to the club and Audi for not having come to training in my company car.


'The reason was a damaged wing mirror on my Audi. Still, that was a mistake, of course I can see that.


'As a reparation, I will visit the Audi plant in Ingolstadt for an autograph hour as soon as possible and bring some attention to the employees.'


German clubs were the first from Europe's top leagues to return to training last week, with precautions in place, after the coronavirus pandemic caused football to be suspended. 


The Bundesliga halted on March 13 and will not resume before the end of April.


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