Bayern Munich forward Kingsley Coman inked his name in the German Champions history books following his game-winning goal against Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League final.
Coman, who spent eleven years in the French capital, graduated from the Paris Saint-German youth setup and then went on to spend two seasons with the first-team before departing for Juventus.
While PSG will always be home for the French international, he has ruled out a potential return to the club.
Speaking via Le10Sport, he explained why he couldn’t consider a return to the Ligue 1 champions.
“If I have my place at PSG?” Coman said.
“No, with Neymar on the left it’s impossible. In my career plans, Paris is not in it. After that, I have maybe eight or ten years at the top level so we can’t close the door, but in my head, it’s a childhood memory.
I have a lot of good memories, I have some less good ones.”
The 23-year-old’s 71st-minute header was enough to seal the victory for Bayern Munich as they claim their sixth Champions League title.
Bayern Head coach Hansi Flick heaped praises on Coman, stating that the winger had improved his game over the last season.
He said: “Perhaps he’s finally stepped out of Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben’s shadow this season.
“Kingsley has incredible talent and he showed tonight that he can also score goals.
Serge Gnabry, while also praising the Frenchman’s performance hopes he can stay and win more trophies for the Bavarians.
He said: “He helped us extremely. He came in and one-against-one we knew it would be difficult for the opponent.
“For him to score that goal after being out injured for a couple of games and to come back into the team was incredible.
“It has always been said that the spirit of this team is crazy.
“We always fight for each other and we have a strong bond. Hopefully, we can build on that and win more.”