Bayern Munich boss Hans Flick opens up over Michael Cuisance's failed Leeds United transfer

The Whites pulled out of a deal for Bayern Munich's Michael Cuisance this week.

Bayern Munich midfielder Michael Cuisance. (Getty)
Bayern Munich midfielder Michael Cuisance. (Getty)

Hans Flick says Bayern Munich's medical staff 'have a completely different opinion' following Micheal Cuisance's failed move to Leeds United.

The Whites looked set to land the 21-year-old midfielder from the Bundesliga giants earlier this week.

A £20m deal for the Frenchman was close after the two clubs agreed terms and he flew into England to put pen to paper on a deal to join Marcelo Bielsa's squad.

Reports, though, emerged late on Thursday evening suggesting complications in the transfer.

Claims in Germany said there had been issues with the deal while The Athletic revealed a failed medical was the reason for the late collapse after tests showed an injury problem.

Bayern head coach Flick appeared to confirm reports over a failed medical when quizzed over Cuisance ahead of his sides league clash with Hertha Berlin on Sunday.

"The situation is certainly not that easy for him now," Flick said.

"It was certainly a setback, but I can say that our medical staff have a completely different opinion.

“That’s why we’ve told him we support him in every way. For him the position is difficult.”