BREAKING NEWS: Coming live from Fabrizio Romano, 🚨 JUST IN, Manchester United have reached agreement in principle in a 4 years deal with crystal Palace worth £60m for their standout winger Michael Olise. Despite Liverpool and Chelsea’s readiness to activate Olise’s £60 million release clause following his impressive performances, Olise have agreed to move to Old Trafford during the summer. He said ” last season i rejected a move to Chelsea cause all my heart was to play for man United I knew if I put in the work the will come for me and I’m really happy we have sealed the deal can’t wait to play in front of the fans especially old Trafford it’s a lifelong ambition”. Manchester United get first Deal done with Olise.


Liverpool’s pursuit of Crystal Palace’s standout winger Michael Olise could encounter difficulties, with reports suggesting the player favors a move to Manchester United.

Despite Liverpool and Chelsea’s eagerness to trigger Olise’s £60 million release clause following his impressive displays, Olise’s lifelong allegiance to Manchester United might sway his decision in their direction.

Olise, who previously turned down a transfer to Chelsea last summer despite a £35 million release clause being activated, opted to prolong his tenure at Selhurst Park. His decision to stay was swiftly followed by a contract extension that raised his release clause. Despite injuries, his consistent form this season, contributing to nine goals in just 12 appearances, has made him a highly sought-after asset in the transfer market.

Meanwhile, Liverpool continues to explore avenues to bolster their squad, with Olise identified as a potential target to enhance their attacking options. However, reports from Footballwave suggest that Olise’s leaning towards Manchester United may prompt Liverpool to reconsider their transfer plans.

In the January transfer window, journalist Ben Jacobs hinted at Olise potentially joining Liverpool, but the likelihood of such a move appears diminished now.

The situation surrounding Olise arises amidst Liverpool’s broader aspirations to revamp their forward line, particularly amid uncertainties regarding other player movements and inconsistencies in performance.

With the summer transfer window on the horizon, Liverpool may need to widen their search beyond Olise to secure the reinforcements necessary to sustain their competitive standing.

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