Fabrizio Romano hints Arsenal could now move to sign ‘special’ Premier League star

Fabrizio Romano has hinted that Arsenal could make a move for Crystal Palace playmaker Michael Olise in the summer.

The French youth international has once again been in fine form this season for the Eagles, with Olise also drawing more Premier League transfer interest heading into the summer window.
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Olise, though Manchester United appear to be the favourites based on recent rumours surrounding the Palace superstar.

Fabrizio Romano hints at Arsenal move for Michael Olise
Yet speaking to CaughtOffside, Romano has now teased that the Gunners could be in the race to sign Olise this summer, with United and Chelsea expected to challenge for the Palace star.
Lauded as ‘special by former Reading teammate Tom McIntyre, Olise would be quite the exciting addition for Arsenal, especially when paired with the likes of Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.

Romano said: “I expect there to be a big race for Michael Olise this summer. I think Manchester United could be there because they appreciate the player, of course we have to wait for the new director to come in to decide what’s the strategy, what’s the budget, how much they want to invest in that position.”

The journalist added: “Chelsea also had an interest in the past, so I think it’s going to be an interesting one for these two clubs and let’s see if someone else will move because maybe Arsenal can look for that kind of player. I think it’s still an open race, nothing is decided yet.”
Players who are just pure joy to watch are a dying breed in football, which is what makes Olise such an exciting talent and someone many fans want to see succeed in the game.

The former Reading star is one of the most entertaining attackers to watch in the Premier League and a player who could have a serious future if playing for the right club, a team like Arsenal.

Under Mikel Arteta, Olise could realise his outstanding potential and become a genuine superstar in the Premier League, with Arsenal an ideal next move for the French youth international.

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