Kingsley Coman has won a league title in each of his 10 years as a professional footballer and done so in three different countries.
The French winger has won titles in France, Italy and Germany, continuing his title winning streak over the weekend as Bayern Munich won a 10th consecutive Bundesliga title. That title win means that Coman has won 10 league titles in his 10 seasons as a professional since starting his senior career aged 16 with Paris Saint-Germain in 2012.
As well as his 10 league titles, Coman has won a further 15 major trophies including the Champions League and Club World Cup.
Having turned professional with PSG in 2012, Coman went on to win two consecutive Ligue 1 titles with the French giants in 2012/13 and 2013/14, despite making just three league appearances across those two seasons.
He headed to Italy in 2014, joining Juventus on a free transfer and winning another league title in his first season with the club, making 14 league appearances.
Coman played just once at the start of the 2015/16 season before heading to Bayern on an initial two-year loan, with Juventus going on to win another league title in his absence.
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Since joining Bayern, Coman has gone on to win seven consecutive league titles and made his move permanent in 2017 for £18.9million.
Overall he has scored 30 goals and added 35 assists in 157 Bundesliga appearances for Bayern as well as winning the Champions League and Club World Cup in 2020. In fact, it was Coman who scored the winning goal in the Champions League final against former club PSG as he also won the man of the match award in Lisbon.
Coman reached his tally of 10 titles in 10 years on Saturday evening as Bayern beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 at home to claim a 10th straight Bundesliga crown.
Their victory over their nearest title challengers extended their lead at the top of the table to 12 points with just three matches of the season, allowing them to win their 31st overall league title.
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