EXCLUSIVE NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester united Agrees on a deal to sign crystal Palace star Michael Olise on a cash plus swap deal. Michael Olise has been a long-time target for the Red Devils and according to reports Manchester United are ready to pay £40 million plus Mason mount to bring the golden boy to old Trafford.


According to information obtained by Footballwave, Micahel Olise and Jarrad Branthwaite are among the top transfer targets for Ineos this summer window, as Manchester United gears up for a revamp.

The talented winger from Crystal Palace, Olise, is reportedly open to joining Old Trafford, and negotiations over personal terms are anticipated to proceed smoothly. It’s understood that Olise has a release clause of approximately £60 million in his contract, which any interested club can trigger.

With the notable performances of Antony this season and the likely departure of Erik ten Hag in the summer, there is a pressing need for an attacking option on the right flank to secure a starting role next season. Although there’s still uncertainty surrounding Jadon Sancho’s future, particularly with the expected departure of Ten Hag, Ineos is unwilling to take any chances. As previously reported, Marcus Edwards of Sporting CP is also being considered as an alternative option by Manchester United, with the club valuing him at around €41 million (£35 million).

Despite interest from other clubs like Chelsea and Liverpool, Olise appears most inclined towards a move to Manchester United, especially with Ineos poised to inject substantial funds into the club’s transfer budget.

On the other hand, Everton’s financial challenges may force them to offload some of their key assets, irrespective of whether they remain in the Premier League or not.

Branthwaite has been on Manchester United’s radar for some time now, with initial reports of their interest dating back to August as reported by Footballwave. Additionally, there are individuals within Ineos who view Branthwaite as an ideal addition to their new project.

There’s a belief that Branthwaite has the potential to become a mainstay in England’s national team in the coming years, given his impressive performances, establishing himself as one of the top defenders in the Premier League currently. A fee in the region of €88 million (£75 million) is speculated to be sufficient to secure his services, although the 21-year-old is expected to attract interest from multiple suitors.

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