Bayern Munich | Why Bayern will pay 60 million for Michael Olise?

Bayern Munich | Why Bayern will pay 60 million for Michael Olise?
Bayern Munich | Why Bayern will pay 60 million for Michael Olise?

04/07/2024 at 18:22

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He Bayern Munich will undergo medical tests in the coming days Michael Olisewho will sign for the next five seasons, that is, until 2029. According to the sports journalist specializing in the transfer market, Fabrizio Romano, the footballer of Crystal Palacepending finalizing some details between clubs, will play in the Bundesliga the next season. Why would the Bavarians pay 60 million euros for him?

Bayern have paid Crystal Palace the clause for Michael Olise: around 54 million euros plus another almost six in variablesThe terms have been more than agreed with the player. All that remains is to finalise a small detail with the London club: the percentage that the English will receive from a future sale of the Frenchman.

The team he leads Oliver Glasner They have very high-quality players, especially in midfield and forward, but they will have to go to the market to cover the departure of their big star. Media Premier League has gone after Michael Olisethat to their 22 yearswill take the definitive leap in his career by signing for a club of Bayern’s power. Without a doubt, Selhurst Park was becoming a bit too small for him.

TALENT AND FIGURES, A LETHAL COMBINATION

This season, marked by a thigh injury that left him out of action for the first eleven games of the League, has ended up signed 10 goals and six assists in 19 games. Last season, In 2022-23, he ended up being the Premier League’s fourth-highest assist-maker with 11 assistsbehind only Kevin de Bruyne, Mohamed Salah and Leandro Trossard. What is Bayern signing?

To start with, a player who should have even more outrageous figures. The Frenchman, playing in a team where it is much more difficult to add figures than in some of the ‘Big Six’ teams, has fought head to head in terms of numbers with the best in the tournament. He is ready to shine in Europe’s top flight.

A SPECIAL FOOTBALLER

Olise’s intelligence is what makes him a special player. Despite being quite young, he makes decisions with great judgment without losing the courage to face, invent plays or try dream dribbles. Very skilled with the ball and with a good physique to stand out in one-on-one situations and in front of goal, His vision of the game makes him a playmaker to be taken into accountcapable of solving many situations completely alone thanks to its power.

The position in which he is most comfortable is in the rightmostwith his changed leg to look for the cut inside and finish the play or serve a millimetric pass, but he has also had minutes in the attacking midfield. Surrounded by more capable teammates and with more complex tactical instructions, Olise can fully explode at Bayern.

LUXURY PARTNER FOR KANE AND MUSIALA

With a footballer like Harry Kane at the tip of the attack, ‘catching’ balls with astonishing ease inside the area and with the total capacity to move away from it and give up his space to the second line players, Olise can live in an idyllic setting thanks to the English striker. Yes, it has been well understood with Jean-Philippe Matetaimagine with the ex-Tottenham player.

Being able to combine with footballers of talent and vision Jamal Musiala It will be a joy for a Michael Olise who wants to take on the world and show that deserved to be with a completely flat France in this Euro (Didier Deschamps did without him). Bayern fans will be able to start enjoying him in the Paris Olympicss, where he will be one of the stars of the team led by Thierry Henry.

Vincent Kompany is taking a special player who, for the first time in his career, will be surrounded by players of total quality. It is not a bad idea to be able to count on Michael Olise to start a project as stimulating as the one he accepted a few weeks ago at Allianz.

 
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