German giants FC Bayern München have finally found a home for their €12 million acquisition from last year. After a hectic week and a failed transfer, Michael Cuisance is off to his home country to secure more playing time.
|Michael Cuisance.||Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach|
Evidently, Olympique de Marseille didn't encounter the same problems as Leeds United with respect to Michael Cuisance's foot. Multiple sources now confirm that the 21-year-old has passed his medical, thereby completing a loan deal to the Ligue 1 club.
Top French transfer expert Julien Maynard confirms that Olympique have accepted the results of Cuisance's medical. This information is confirmed by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano.
Early reports indicate that a loan-deal with a purchase clause has been finalized. The deal completes a swap that both clubs began planning yesterday.
In a statement released on the FCB website, sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic congratulated the young talent on the move. "Michael will also play in the Champions League with Olympique," the manager noted, "Michael will now go his own way."