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Michaël Cuisance is looking toward a fresh start with Bayern Munich, but still could get sold

Could Michaël Cuisance finally make it work at Bayern Munich or will he get sold this summer?

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After a disappointing loan stint with Olympique Marseille, Michaël Cuisance is looking forward to a fresh start under Julian Nagelsmann with Bayern Munich.

According to Sport1 journalist Florian Plettenberg, Cuisance will be part of the group of players starting early under Nagelsmann where the young Frenchman hopes to get a chance to re-assert his status as a solid prospect on Säbener Straße:

Cuisance has silky skills and tantalizing talent, but has yet to effectively — and consistently — put those attributes together on the pitch. The 21-year-old (still just 21!) has shown flashes of brilliance with Borussia Mönchengladbach, Bayern Munich, and Olympigue Marseille, but has been plagued by doubts about his attitude and demeanor.

Perhaps with some maturation — and the harsh dose of reality his career could be at a crossroads if he does not change — Cuisance will be able unlock that vast potential he has. A creative and offensively-minded midfielder, Cuisance could be the type of player to excel under Nagelsmann, a coach renowned for his ability to develop young players.

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