The misunderstanding between FC Bayern and Michael Cuisance ended a few days ago. From now on, the central midfielder will appear for FC Venice. However, there are different reports regarding the transfer fee.
Michael Cuisance and FC Bayern: A relationship that never worked. The Frenchman played just 13 competitive games between August 2019 and January 2022 for the record champions. In addition, the 22-year-old was repeatedly noticed for his lack of discipline. Cuisance is now under contract with FC Venice. However, the exact amount of the transfer fee is not known.
After “Bild am Sonntag” initially reported around four million euros, “Bild” football boss Christian Falk now speaks in the “Bayern Insider” podcast of “estimated” 2.3 million euros that FC Bayern will receive from the Italian first division club for Cuisance has. However, the amount could still increase to four million euros through various bonus payments.
FC Bayern must keep their fingers crossed for Venice
Accordingly, FC Bayern will receive 200,000 euros as soon as Cuisance has completed ten competitive games for FC Venice. If the climber in Serie A keeps the class, half a million beckons. Currently, FC Venice is in 17th place with 17 points, just one point ahead of the relegation zone. In the two following seasons, if Venice were to stay in the league again, FC Bayern would receive another 500,000 euros.
Consequently, Munich must keep their fingers crossed for the northern Italians. Last matchday, FC Venice suffered a clear 0:3 defeat against AC Milan.
Cuisance was in coach Paolo Zanetti’s starting eleven, but was unable to provide any decisive impetus during his 60-minute game.