Michael Olise ‘Open to Man Utd Move’ and Ratcliffe Wants him

Manchester United’s pursuit of Michael Olise has received a major boost, as the Crystal Palace player has expressed his willingness to join Old Trafford. Journalist Ben Jacobs has revealed that new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe gave his approval for the pursuit prior to his arrival in the boardroom.

The INEOS chief executive’s authority has facilitated the Red Devils’ transition into a new phase, after successfully acquiring a 25 percent ownership of the club in February. Subsequently, he has assumed responsibility over football operations through intricate discussions with the Glazer family.

While uncertainty surrounds the continuity of manager Erik ten Hag, as he is scheduled to engage in talks with the recently restructured leadership at the conclusion of the season, having been entrusted with the primary objective of securing qualification for the Champions League, Manchester United is actively preparing for the upcoming summer transfer window.

Olise identified as ideal candidate to replace Antony

According to reputable journalist Rudy Galetti, Olise has been identified as Manchester United’s primary objective. The club plans to sell Antony when the transfer window reopens, and Ratcliffe is eager to remove the Brazilian from the wage bill. Antony has struggled to consistently pose a threat in the attacking third of the field.

According to the Italian reporter, the Red Devils have identified Crystal Palace’s key player as their top choice to join Old Trafford. This player has made nine significant contributions in just 839 minutes of play this season. However, the Red Devils have also identified other potential signings in case they are unable to reach an agreement.

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