Man United Plot SHOCK MOVE For Michael Olise

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Manchester United have joined the race for possible Michael Olise move from Crystal Palace, MySportDab reports.

The player is one which is being admired by Erik Ten Hag over a possible move add more firepower to his team.

Michael Olise move to Chelsea during the summer of 2023 collapsed after Crystal Palace threatened legal action against the Blues.

The player have since extended his contract with the London club where he continue to make progress attracting a number of teams.

Manchester United are the latest side to make enquires and being linked with a move in this January window that is open.

The Old Trafford club are hoping the youngster can be the first arrival under Jim Ratcliffe joint era which is imminent.

Meanwhile there is no possibility of a move happening this January based on the player contract that was signed early this season.

Any move have to wait until the summer of 2024 which by then Manchester United would be able to make signings from their new investor.

According to reports reaching us from Nizaar Kinsella, he confirmed the link between the player and Man United which is a strong one on the table.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Manchester United want Michael Olise in the summer.

“Crystal Palace won’t sell him in January but a release clause becomes active in the summer.

Manchester United are also looking at other players which they hope to make something happen this January.

Erik Ten Hag have also emphasis on the need for new signings in the January window to help make things easy.

They have been struggling and also looking to lose more players with Jadon Sancho and Mason Greenwood not expected anytime soon.

Michael Olise move can only happen in summer and for a massive amount of fee which Manchester United can make happen by then.

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