Former Juventus winger Kingsley Coman has revealed that he could retire from football if he needs any more ankle surgery.
Coman won a domestic double and reached the Champions League Final with Juve during the 2014-15 campaign but moved to Bayern Munich the following summer.
Despite being just 22, the Paris Saint-Germain youth product has already undergone two ankle operations and missed France’s World Cup success as a result.
“I wouldn’t go through with a third operation. I’ve had enough of them,” he told TF1.
“If my foot isn’t made for this life then it means that I’ll have another, more anonymous one.
“It’s been a very difficult year. The world fell on me when I got injured the first time. I hope I don’t have to relive what I had to go through.
“if that happens then it means I’m not made for this level.”
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