Sat 20 April 2024 | 15:53

Barcelona's Pursuit of Dani Olmo

Negotiations Underway as La Masia Product Eyes Return to Camp Nou

Mundo Deportivo reports that discussions have kicked off between Barcelona and Dani Olmo's representatives regarding his potential move from RB Leipzig. Olmo, eager to leave the German side, eyes a shift in the upcoming summer transfer window. Notably, his contract features a €60 million release clause, providing Barcelona with a direct route to acquire him without extensive negotiations with Leipzig.

Having emerged from


's prestigious La Masia academy, Olmo embarked on an unconventional journey via Dinamo Zagreb before landing at RB Leipzig. Now, the prospect of a return to Camp Nou seems imminent for the versatile forward, hinting at a promising homecoming for the talented player.

Positive talks have already commenced involving Deco, Olmo's representatives, and his father, Miquel Olmo. Barcelona aims to expedite the transfer before the Euro Cup to preempt competition from other clubs, emphasizing a swift resolution.

Olmo's adaptability across various attacking roles, including wings and even as a false nine, adds allure to his candidacy for Barcelona. The player himself eagerly anticipates reuniting with his roots and spearheading a new chapter at the Catalan club.

Despite Leipzig's steadfast stance on Olmo's €60 million price tag, optimism persists regarding a potential agreement, given the amicable relations among the player, his agents, and the German club. With an impressive track record of eight goals and five assists in 22 appearances this season, Olmo gears up for Leipzig's upcoming Bundesliga clash against Heidenheim.



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