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Man Utd transfer dilemma as Olise's agent banned for incredible rule breach


MICHAEL OLISE’S agent has been banned for six months for a breach of FA rules.

Glen Tweneboah was charged with misconduct following an investigation into a contract agreed with Reading in 2019.

Michael Olise's agent has been handed a six-month ban and fined £15,000 by the FA


Michael Olise’s agent has been handed a six-month ban and fined £15,000 by the FACredit: Rex

The Athletic report that Tweneboah breached the FA’s agent rules after Olise penned a three-year deal with the Royals.

He entered into an agreement which made him eligible for a cut of a future transfer fee for Olise.

Such agreements are prohibited by the FA, with only clubs and players able to benefit, not agents.

Tweneboah, who is still a registered intermediary acting on Olise’s behalf, will begin his six-month ban from October 4.

He has also been fined £15,000 after failing to overturn the suspension, the report adds.

However, Tweneboah will be able to broker any deal involving Olise this summer before his ban comes into forced in October.

The 22-year-old winger joined Reading’s academy in 2017 before progressing into the first-team.

Following four years with the club, he was sold to Crystal Palace for £8million in 2021.


Olise has scored 10 goals and provided five assists in 18 Premier League appearances this term despite being hampered by a pair of hamstring injuries.

His form has seen him linked with a summer move amid interest from a host of Premier League clubs including Newcastle and Manchester United.

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The Red Devils are even ready to hold “concrete talks” over a transfer, according to reports.

United’s interest has increased following Olise’s performance in Palace’s 4-0 victory earlier this month.


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