Michael Olise Next Club Betting Odds: Manchester United now 11/10 to sign Olise this summer with various reports linking them with a move for the Palace player!

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Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise is now just 11/10 to sign for Manchester United this summer with the Sir Jim Ratcliffe regime set to fully get underway with new signings.

Michael Olise Next Club Betting Odds: Manchester United now 11/10 to sign Olise this summer with various reports linking them with a move for the Palace player!
Jake Ashton Senior News Editor

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  • Michael Olise is now 11/10 to sign for Manchester United just days after his impressive performance against them
  • Chelsea were set to sign Olise last summer according to various reports
  • Manchester City are second favourites to sign Olise and have also been linked with move in the past

Michael Olise is now 11/10 to sign for Manchester United just days after his impressive performance against them

Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise has moved into 11/10 to sign for Manchester United this summer following reports of concrete interest in the player from United's side.

According to The Sun earlier this week, Olise could well be on his way to Old Trafford in the upcoming transfer window with talks expected to take place "in the coming weeks".

Olise only signed a new contract last summer though and he still has three year's remaining on his deal meaning that Palace will be under no pressure to sell the player.

It's expected that the club will be looking for at least £60m for the player with his season so far seeing him score nine and assisting four in his 17 appearances.

The latest betting odds from bookies now say there's a 47.6% chance that Olise will leave Palace to sign for Manchester United this summer.

Michael Olise Next ClubOddsProbability
Man United11/1047.6%
Man City6/114.3%
Aston Villa8/111.1%
Liverpool9/110.0%
Arsenal14/16.7%
What the expert says...

Manchester United are heavy favourites to sign Palace winger Michael Olise this summer with the latest betting odds suggesting a 47% chance that he signs for the club. Sir Jim Ratcliffe will be hoping to make big moves in his first big transfer window since becoming co-owner of the club.

Jake Ashton - Football Betting Expert - OLBG.com

Chelsea were set to sign Olise last summer according to various reports

Chelsea looked like they had all but signed Olise last summer after Palace had accepted the £35m fee for the player which was reportedly his release clause at the time.

That move though was suddenly off in a matter of hours after that with Palace chairman Steve Parish confirming on his Instagram story that Olise had signed a new four-year contract at the club.

Last summer's new contract signing will likely have removed that release clause from his contract and now Palace will be holding out for as much money as possible if they were to sell the player.

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Manchester City are second favourites to sign Olise and have also been linked with move in the past

Manchester City have also been linked with signing Olise this summer in what would be a return to the club since his 1 year spell in the academy back in 2016.

Despite impressing when he has played, Olise has been hampered by a hamstring injury which may be the only reason that puts teams off from signing him this summer.

The winger is in a position now similar to Wilfried Zaha where pundits and reporters are courting his name for a big move away from Palace but as Zaha showed in his move to Manchester United those transfers can sometimes come too soon.

Pep Guardiola's City are the 6/1 second favourites to sign Olise in the summer window with their Manchester rivals United the clear favourites at the top of the market.

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