Transfer Gossip: Man Utd and Chelsea Compete for Crystal Palace Star Michael Olise……

Arsenal, Spurs, and AC Milan Eye Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov

Manchester United and Chelsea are set to battle for Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise, according to recent reports. Olise, who impressed last season with 10 goals and six assists, is attracting significant interest. Chelsea are reportedly making Olise a top target and are ready to renew their interest in the 22-year-old.

Chelsea, who have closely monitored Olise’s progress, believe they can convince him to join under new head coach Enzo Maresca. Despite being happy at Crystal Palace and excited about the future under new manager Oliver Glasner, Olise is open to new opportunities, particularly with clubs offering Champions League football.

In other news, former Chelsea manager Graham Potter could make a return to Brighton. According to The Guardian, Potter is a surprise contender to replace Roberto De Zerbi and has already held talks with the club. Despite his acrimonious departure to Chelsea, Brighton’s management is considering him for the role, along with other candidates like former Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper and Malmo’s Henrik Rydstrom.

Meanwhile, Arsenal has expressed interest in Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov, facing competition from Tottenham and AC Milan. The Sun reports that Arsenal could trigger Tsygankov’s £25.5 million release clause. The Ukrainian winger scored eight goals and provided seven assists in La Liga last season. While Girona is keen to keep him, negotiations over a new contract in January did not succeed.

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Arsenal, Spurs, and AC Milan Eye Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov

Manchester United and Chelsea are set to battle for Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise, according to recent reports. Olise, who impressed last season with 10 goals and six assists, is attracting significant interest. Chelsea are reportedly making Olise a top target and are ready to renew their interest in the 22-year-old.

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Chelsea, who have closely monitored Olise’s progress, believe they can convince him to join under new head coach Enzo Maresca. Despite being happy at Crystal Palace and excited about the future under new manager Oliver Glasner, Olise is open to new opportunities, particularly with clubs offering Champions League football.

In other news, former Chelsea manager Graham Potter could make a return to Brighton. According to The Guardian, Potter is a surprise contender to replace Roberto De Zerbi and has already held talks with the club. Despite his acrimonious departure to Chelsea, Brighton’s management is considering him for the role, along with other candidates like former Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper and Malmo’s Henrik Rydstrom.

Meanwhile, Arsenal has expressed interest in Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov, facing competition from Tottenham and AC Milan. The Sun reports that Arsenal could trigger Tsygankov’s £25.5 million release clause. The Ukrainian winger scored eight goals and provided seven assists in La Liga last season. While Girona is keen to keep him, negotiations over a new contract in January did not succeed.

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Arsenal, Spurs, and AC Milan Eye Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov

Manchester United and Chelsea are set to battle for Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise, according to recent reports. Olise, who impressed last season with 10 goals and six assists, is attracting significant interest. Chelsea are reportedly making Olise a top target and are ready to renew their interest in the 22-year-old.

Chelsea, who have closely monitored Olise’s progress, believe they can convince him to join under new head coach Enzo Maresca. Despite being happy at Crystal Palace and excited about the future under new manager Oliver Glasner, Olise is open to new opportunities, particularly with clubs offering Champions League football.

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In other news, former Chelsea manager Graham Potter could make a return to Brighton. According to The Guardian, Potter is a surprise contender to replace Roberto De Zerbi and has already held talks with the club. Despite his acrimonious departure to Chelsea, Brighton’s management is considering him for the role, along with other candidates like former Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper and Malmo’s Henrik Rydstrom.

Meanwhile, Arsenal has expressed interest in Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov, facing competition from Tottenham and AC Milan. The Sun reports that Arsenal could trigger Tsygankov’s £25.5 million release clause. The Ukrainian winger scored eight goals and provided seven assists in La Liga last season. While Girona is keen to keep him, negotiations over a new contract in January did not succeed.

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Manchester United and Chelsea are set to battle for Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise, according to recent reports. Olise, who impressed last season with 10 goals and six assists, is attracting significant interest. Chelsea are reportedly making Olise a top target and are ready to renew their interest in the 22-year-old.

Chelsea, who have closely monitored Olise’s progress, believe they can convince him to join under new head coach Enzo Maresca. Despite being happy at Crystal Palace and excited about the future under new manager Oliver Glasner, Olise is open to new opportunities, particularly with clubs offering Champions League football.

In other news, former Chelsea manager Graham Potter could make a return to Brighton. According to The Guardian, Potter is a surprise contender to replace Roberto De Zerbi and has already held talks with the club. Despite his acrimonious departure to Chelsea, Brighton’s management is considering him for the role, along with other candidates like former Nottingham Forest manager Steve Cooper and Malmo’s Henrik Rydstrom.

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Meanwhile, Arsenal has expressed interest in Girona’s Viktor Tsygankov, facing competition from Tottenham and AC Milan.

The Sun reports that Arsenal could trigger Tsygankov’s £25.5 million release clause. The Ukrainian winger scored eight goals and provided seven assists in La Liga last season. While Girona is keen to keep him, negotiations over a new contract in January did not succeed.

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