SHOCKING NEWS: Coming Live From Fabrizio Romano, Liverpool Shocks Premier League Teams As The Agree Deal With Crystal Palace To Sign Michael Olise. In A Dramatic Twist, Liverpool Has Pulled Off A Sensational Coup By Agreeing To Terms With Crystal Palace For The Signing Of Michael Olise. The Reds, Operating Stealthily Under New Head Coach Arne Slot, Have Outmaneuvered Chelsea And Manchester United In Their Quest For The Highly Coveted Right-Winger. Liverpool Stuns Premier League Rivals By Securing Michael Olise From Crystal Palace.

Liverpool have entered the race to sign Michael Olise, aiming to outmaneuver Chelsea and Manchester United, as revealed by FootballTransfers. The Reds are seeking a right-winger, with Crystal Palace’s Olise and PSV Eindhoven’s Johan Bakayoko among their top targets.

Liverpool is operating discreetly this summer, with new head coach Arne Slot collaborating closely with Michael Edwards, the club’s chief executive of football, and Richard Hughes, the sporting director. They are searching for a successor to Mohamed Salah, but concerns about the amount of playing time available for Olise next season complicate potential negotiations.

Olise desires to join a Champions League club, holds a childhood affinity for Manchester United, and sees the appeal in remaining in London with Chelsea. Crystal Palace demands the full £60 million release clause for Olise’s transfer, as reported by other sources. Additionally, the potential departure of Marc Guéhi could further complicate the move. Although Olise is not pushing for an exit from Palace, the high level of interest might eventually lead to a deal.

Newcastle United is also interested but recognizes the difficulty in securing such a deal, making it highly improbable that Olise would move to St James’ Park. Last year, Olise nearly joined Chelsea but ultimately decided to stay at Palace. Chelsea already has several right-wingers, including Cole Palmer, Noni Madueke, Raheem Sterling, Omari Hutchinson, and Angelo Gabriel, though their futures are uncertain.

Olise joined Crystal Palace from Reading in 2021 after the club activated his £8.37 million release clause. Since then, he has made 90 appearances and scored 16 goals.

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