Kingsley Coman is no stranger to quickly manuevering in and out of lanes before scoring a big goal ... but that didn't work out for him in Los Angeles when he ended up in an auto wreck, and the company he rented the car from says he fled the country without paying for all the damages.
21-year-old Coman -- a forward for Bayern Munich and the France national team -- was in L.A. back in June when he got into a car accident while driving a very expensive Bentley Mulsanne.
The California Highway Patrol tells The Blast Coman's Bentley collided with a Honda Civic on June 1 just outside of Los Angeles after the two vehicles attempted to change into each other's lanes.
According to the police report, Coman resides in Germany and was renting the $300,000 vehicle from VIP Investments, a car company owned by celebrity car broker Richie Rich.
We're told there were no injuries, and both vehicles were able to be driven away from the scene of the accident.
The reason this is all coming to light months later even though Coman is back in Europe dominating on the pitch? The driver of the Honda has now filed an insurance claim for $4,000 in damages.
The company says Coman paid them for the damage done to his Bentley, but failed to inform them he crashed into another car before heading back home ... so they believe he should be on the hook for damages.
Welcome to America.