Bundesliga record champions FC Bayern Munich apparently have offers for midfielder Michael Cuisance. Sky reports that two written offers have been received for the former Gladbacher. An offer comes from the Italian first division club Venezia, and CSKA Moscow from the Russian premier league is trying to get Cuisance.
The report also states that the two interested clubs are aiming for a fixed transfer in the coming transfer period and are each willing to pay a transfer fee of ten million euros for Cuisance.
It is also reported that Troyes and Metz have also expressed interest in the 22-year-old. However, the two Ligue 1 clubs only wanted to borrow. A decision about a transfer should be made at the beginning of January, with an FCB farewell “as good as certain”.
Cuisance himself had recently announced publicly that it was thinking about a change of scene. He told the picture that they would “sit down and talk about my situation”. He said: “Maybe I have to take a step back and then take off. I still firmly believe that I can have a great career.”
The central midfielder has not made the breakthrough in Munich since his eight million transfer from Gladbach in the summer of 2019. He already spent the previous season on loan in Marseille and this season he only has two short appearances. Cuisance’s contract on Säbener Strasse runs until 2024.