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Revealed: The strict rule that Crystal Palace star Michael Olise will have to follow if he joins Bayern Munich that players have been fined for breaking

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Crystal Palace star Michael Olise will have to follow a strict rule if he joins Bayern Munich.

Michael Olise will have to follow a strict rule if he signs for Bayern Munich.

The highly-rated 22-year-old has attracted interest from Premier League clubs including Chelsea and Newcastle.

However, Bayern have entered negotiations with Crystal Palace for Olise and have reportedly activated his £55million release clause.

The winger made a tremendous impact for Palace last season, scoring ten goals and providing six assists in 19 Premier League games.

Olise could now be set for a lucrative move to Bayern, which journalist Christian Falk said would see him earn £220,000-a-week while playing for Vincent Kompany’s side.

Crystal Palace star Michael Olise will have to follow a strict rule if he joins Bayern Munich

Vincent Kompany's Bayern Munich would be close to closing a deal for Olise

Vincent Kompany’s Bayern Munich would be close to closing a deal for Olise

As reported by sports bibleOlise would have to follow a strict car rule if he signs for Bayern.

Bayern has a partnership with German carmaker Audi, which owns 8.33 percent of the club.

Since 2002, Bayern players and staff have received an Audi company car and can choose the model they prefer, as well as having personalized license plates.

Bayern players must travel to and from the club’s training ground in their Audi vehicles, a rule that also applies to matches and other club events.

Players can drive Bugattis, Bentleys, and Porsches because they are part of the Volkswagen group.

Bayern players must travel to and from the club's training ground in their Audi vehicles

Bayern players must travel to and from the club’s training ground in their Audi vehicles

However, players have already been fined for not following the rule.

Philippe Coutinho, Jerome Boateng, Kingsley Coman and Niklas Sule are among the players who have previously broken the rule.

In March 2021, Coman was fined £43,500 after arriving at training in his Mercedes. The winger was reportedly denied entry to Bayern’s training ground and had to park his car on the street.

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