Bayern Munich youngster Michael Cuisance would have been a Leeds United player before the transfer deadline on Monday, October 5th.
However, there was an alleged failed medical with the newly-promoted Premier League club. But the 21-year old midfielder explained the reason for the failed move to England.
According to the player, there was no problem with the medicals after it was reported that the French footballer was injured. As a result, Leeds United had to withdraw from the deal with the Bundesliga club.
“There was no problem with the medical,” said Cuisance as reported by Fussball Transfers.
Bundesliga record champions Bayern Munich could have gotten a whopping sum of 20 million euros off Cuisance move to Leeds.
After the young Frenchman had returned to Germany, the team doctors at Bayern quickly ran a test to verify Leeds United claims of an injury. But no problem was said to have been found at the end.
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The Frenchman has however recently signed for French Ligue 1 side Olympique Marseille on loan until the end of the season with an option to make it permanent. The Bavarians are expecting within the region of 18 million euros.