By Recruiting Olise, ‘EPL Top Wing’

“We acquired Olise from Crystal Palace in the English Premier League. The contract lasts for five years until June 2029,” Munich said on its official channel on Tuesday (Korea time).

The club did not officially disclose the transfer fee, but according to foreign media such as sports media “Vine Sports,” Munich paid a total of 50 million euros (about 74.6 billion won) to Palace, including options.

Although Olise was born in England, she was born to a Nigerian father and a French mother, so she was able to choose her nationality. She chose France and plans to participate in the 2024 Paris Olympics, which will open later this month.

Olise, who has played youth for Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City, made his professional debut at Reading in the 2019 English Professional Football Championship (Second Division).

Having shown steady growth, he made it to the EPL in 2021 with Palace’s offer.

He has grown into a side resource that represents the league by banking on his unique speed and penetration skills. He did not play many games due to his hamstring injury in the early days of last season, but since returning from injury, he has scored 10 goals and had five assists in 19 league games.

As a result, he entered the big club with Munich’s proposal to reinforce the side.토토사이트 순위

“I’m very happy to play for such a big club,” Olise said. “It’s a big challenge and that’s exactly what I’m looking for. I want to prove myself and play my part in winning as many titles as possible.”

Munich, which finished third in the league last season behind Leverkusen and Stuttgart, has strengthened its offense with Olise.

“Olise is a player who can make a difference. We want new momentum, energy and ideas,” said Munich’s general manager Max Eberle. “Olise is a representative player (to add to that).”

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