Sky Germany report this evening that 21-year-old Frenchman Michaël Cuisance has to find a new club before Monday’s transfer market deadline.
The Bundesliga side are no longer relying on Cuisance, who failed a medical at Leeds United on Thursday. He’s since returned to Munich and if he fails to find a new club, the French youth midfielder could find it hard to find playing time at Bayern this season.
Premier League side Leeds United discovered a problem in the leg of Cuisance with a high risk of injury, according to Bild, and as a result, LUFC were unwilling to take the risk of signing the former Borussia Mönchengladbach midfielder for €20 million.
As reported via our colleagues at Get French Football News, Newcastle United and OGC Nice could still move for Cuisance – Marseille had also shown an interest in signing the Frenchman on loan before Bayern Munich accepted a bid for Marcelo Bielsa’s LUFC.