Kingsley Coman began his career at PSG’s academy before joining Juventus when his contract with the club expired in 2014.
He won the Serie A and Coppa Italia in his debut season in Italy.
Coman was scouted by Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain with the help of his father and joined the youth program in 2004 after two years with US Sénart-Moissy and made his professional debut for PSG against Sochaux on February 17, 2013, after nine years in the club’s junior system but as a substitute for Marco Verratti in the 87th minute.
However, he became PSG’s youngest player at 16 years, eight months, and four days old.
On 3rd of August 2013, PSG beat Bordeaux 2–1 to win the Trophee des Champions and Coman featured as a substitute.
Coman signed a five-year contract with Juventus in 2004 when his contract with PSG expired but scored his first professional goal against Hellas Verona in the Coppa Italia last 16 but he didn’t play in the final on May 20.
Coman made his Supercoppa Italiana debut at the Shanghai Stadium on August 8, 2015, ahead of new signing Paulo Dybala, who he replaced after an hour of the 2–0 triumph over Lazio.
He joined Bayern Munich on a two-year loan from Juventus on August 30, 2015 for a cost of €7 million, payable in two instalments, with an option to buy for a further €21 million on April 30, 2017, two months before the loan expires.
He was given squad number 29 and has subsequently won every Bundesliga title till date.
He’s won the league title in 2012/13 to 2021/22 seasons, 2 in France with PSG, 2 in Italy with Juventus, and 7 in Germany with Bayern Munich.