The release clause making Dani Olmo's return easier

The release clause making Dani Olmo's return easier

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The forward does not want to leave RB Leipzig with nothing in the bank but would like a Barca comeback

Dani Olmo's future remains unclear. Currently, the Spaniard does not want to leave Leipzig for free, but it looks increasingly likely that he will either join Barça or leave for the Premier League. According to reports from Germany, Olmo basically wants to return to Barcelona, but he is not reluctant to switch to England. Manchester United are also said to be among the teams interested in acquiring the services of the player, who would also look favourably on a Premier League switch, despite his desire to return home.

The player is said to have asked for two exit clauses in his new contract in the first round of negotiations with RB. On the one hand, Olmo would like to be able to leave at the beginning of the summer if an interested party is willing to pay between 70 and 75 million euros. On the other hand, the Terrassa-born forward wants a separate clause that would allow him to move to Spain for around 60 million.

In addition to FC Barcelona, Real Madrid could also play a role here. According to Relevo, Los Blancos are interested in the Leipzig player. It would be an advantage for RB to know soon where Olmo's journey is heading. With Christopher Nkunku going, the club already has to replace an attacking player.

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