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PSG is monitoring Michael Olise who outperformed in Premiere League

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PSG is monitoring Michael Olise who outperformed in Premiere League. According to the Daily Mail, reigning French champions Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) are looking into the status of Michael Olise, a star player for Crystal Palace. In the past several seasons, 21-year-old Olise has become one of Crystal Palace’s most promising players. The wide midfielder/winger with jet-heels scored two goals and collected five assists in 26 games for the 2021–22 Premier League. This season, he has been in much better shape, recording a goal and four assists in 16 games.

According to reports, PSG has opted to monitor Olise’s progress after being impressed by his performances. Naturally, the Parisians’ squad is loaded with strikers, led by a fairly talented front three of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe, and Neymar. Given their arsenal of weapons, they might wait before making a play for Elise but they might keep an eye on the Englishman throughout the season.

Olise played in 49 appearances for the Eagles in all competitions after moving from Reading to Crystal Palace in the summer of 2021. He scored five goals and provided 12 assists. His Palace employment contract is valid until June 2026. Thomas Muller, a standout for Bayern Munich, predicted that PSG would struggle against them in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Even Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe’s presence, according to him, does not ensure a successful conclusion for the French team.

According to Diario AS, Muller stated at a news conference that this football club is the most exciting in the world in terms of offense. “It is incredibly priceless to observe the top three when they are motivated. But unfortunately, they will have to rest their football art and power against us.”

Muller stated that Bayern Munich is eager to perform better this time after being ousted by Villarreal in the quarterfinals of the previous season: “I’m quite happy. We wanted to do better last year because we were eliminated far too early. Bayern values the Champions League for a variety of reasons. It is obvious that PSG, who will face us in the round of 16, is a dangerous opponent.”

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Salman Shaikh
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