Manchester United transfer ‘preferred’… victory expected in recruitment match

January 28, 2024 | by

Manchester United is expected to win the bid to recruit Michael Olis (Crystal Palace). While Manchester United and Chelsea are chasing Olis, Olis, who has grown up as a Manchester United fan, is more likely to join his “Dream Club.” Currently, there is a considerable amount of release allowance (buyout) clause for Olis.

British media Football London reported on the 27th (Korea time), “Chelsea is still interested in Olis for the summer transfer. However, the player will prefer to transfer to Manchester United. Olis once belonged to Chelsea’s youth team, but he has supported Manchester United all his life. Olis is aware of Chelsea and Manchester United’s interest and is expected to leave Crystal Palace after the season is over.”

헤라카지노 Premier League deniers are eyeing young offensive resources in the league to strengthen their offense, and it is Crystal Palace ace Olis who caught the eye of Manchester United and Chelsea. Playing on the right side, he is a second-tier resource who leads the attack through impressive dribbling skills and creative passes. His kicking ability using his left foot is also excellent, and he has produced many offensive points in the league over the past two seasons by taking advantage of his strengths.

Olis, who showed off his helper skills by scoring two goals and 11 assists in 37 Premier League games in the 2022-23 season, played in nine league games this season and scored five goals and one assist. He missed many games due to a hamstring injury at the beginning of the season, but since his return, he has consistently shown off his absolute influence in the team.

Originally, Ollis was most likely to move to Chelsea last summer, but his move fell through when Crystal Palace raised suspicions of Chelsea’s tampering. Crystal Palace claimed that the secret buyout clause owned by Ollis was leaked to Chelsea by his agent, and that Chelsea, who grasped the secret clause, approached the player. When a problem arose, Chelsea immediately withdrew its intention to recruit him.

Since then, Ollis has renewed his four-year contract with Crystal Palace, inserting a new buyout clause. The amount of the buyout clause has not been officially disclosed, but according to local media, it exceeds 35 million pounds. Manchester United also participated in the recruitment campaign while Chelsea, which failed to recruit, maintained its interest in Ollis. Manchester United, newly owned by England’s owner Jim Ratcliffe, showed interest in Ollis to improve its offense, and plans to approach him in detail next summer.

Football London said: “Olis’ new buyout clause comes into effect this summer. The amount is unknown, but it is believed to be more than £35 million. Manchester United are keeping a close eye on Ollis ahead of his summer move. Chelsea are also expected to try and recruit Ollis this summer, attracting him to Stamford Bridge.”


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