Barcelona’s Dream with Dani Olmo – Fc Barcelona News

Barcelona’s Dream with Dani Olmo


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Dani Olmo is one of the footballers on FC Barcelona’s agenda to bolster their attacking line. A signing that would bring a leap in quality to the team at a moment of maturity for the player at 26.

Olmo feels grateful to the Blaugrana club. He spent seven years in Barcelona’s youth ranks before taking the risk to move to Croatian football and grow at Dinamo Zagreb as a youth player. A tough decision, but one that has ultimately been seen as key to explaining his rapid career progression. Although Olmo left Barcelona, he never forgot it. A player’s career takes many twists and turns, and anything can happen. However, even though Xavi would be delighted with his addition, it seems nearly impossible in the current context.

The player’s willingness alone is not enough. Dani Olmo has a €60 million release clause, affordable for a top European club but not for financially struggling FC Barcelona. Furthermore, the forward’s status is significant. He renewed with RB Leipzig until 2027 with a salary commensurate with his sporting merits. In Germany, they are delighted to have a world-class figure in a highly competitive Bundesliga lacking big names.

Spain’s Captain In addition to his performances with Leipzig, one must consider his status in the Spanish national team. Luis de la Fuente sees him as a captain, and with the No. 10 on his back, he is a leader heading into the European Championship in Germany.

FC Barcelona would face tough competition from Premier League clubs tracking his progress. The ‘Big Six’ — Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham — are lurking.

Perhaps the opportunity for Barcelona must wait, but it would always be a top priority for the player if circumstances were markedly different and the sporting project could finally be consolidated.

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