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Michael Olise, the talented midfielder from Crystal Palace, recently found himself omitted from France’s squad for the upcoming EURO 2024 tournament in Germany. Despite his exceptional form for his club this season, where he has scored 10 goals and provided 5 assists in just 18 Premier League matches, Olise was left out by Didier Deschamps.

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With his absence from the EURO 2024 tournament, attention turns to other countries that Olise is eligible to represent on the international stage.

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Nigeria emerges as a prominent option for Olise, with the Super Eagles hopeful to secure his services alongside teammate Eberechi Eze. Born in London to a Nigerian father, Olise qualifies to play for Nigeria, and his inclusion would undoubtedly strengthen the Super Eagles as they prepare for upcoming competitions.

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England also stands as a potential destination for Olise, considering his birthplace in London. While England is yet to finalize their squad for EURO 2024, Olise’s eligibility to represent the Three Lions remains an option worth exploring.

Furthermore, Olise has the option to represent the Algerian national team, owing to his Algerian mother’s heritage. With his exclusion from France’s squad, Algeria could consider calling up Olise to bolster their team for upcoming tournaments, including World Cup qualifiers and the AFCON tournament next year.

Overall, Olise’s versatility and talent provide him with multiple options for international representation, and his decision could significantly impact the future dynamics of the teams involved.

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