The latest word from German broadcaster Sport1 is that French international Michaël Cuisance is prepared to give Bayern another shot.
|Michael Cuisance.||Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach|
After an early March scoring surge for Olympique Marseille, matters calmed down a bit for 21-year-old midfielder Michaël Cuisance in his home country. The French international only started three more times for the club. Talk that the disaffected Bayern prospect might remain in Ligue 1 faded after it was reported that his purchase clause totaled nearly €18 million.
The good news for the youngster concerns the fact that he might find more playing time under a new coaching regime; one that, if recent reports are to be believed, will have more space for attacking-minded midfielders.
Due back in Bavaria on June 30th, Cuisance is said to be eager to meet new head-coach Julian Nagelsmann and make his case for a more regular role on the training pitch. Bayern's prep-camp begins on July 5th.
Update @MichaelCUISANCE: He wants to start the pre-season preparation with #FCBayern. Nagelsmann will meet his players for the first time on July 5. Cuisance is currently planning a new start. Nevertheless, he remains a candidate for sale. @SPORT1 🔴— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) June 17, 2021