BREAKING NEWS: DEAL DONE! Live from Rome, Fabrizio: A final agreement for approximately €60million, including add-ons, has been reached by Liverpool agents for a star midfilder who is predicted to become the Premier League’s next great thing. Liverpool beat out Arsenal, chelsea and PSG to sign this magnificent player.


Liverpool continue to be associated with a potential move for RB Leipzig star Dani Olmo. As of now, the Reds have not made any new signings ahead of Arne Slot’s debut season as head coach. Slot is set to officially take over at Anfield on June 1, replacing Jurgen Klopp.

Several players have been linked with Liverpool as possible summer acquisitions, and Olmo’s name has frequently surfaced in recent rumors. According to the Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo, Liverpool are not alone in their interest; Bayern Munich, Manchester City, and Manchester United are also keen on signing Olmo. The report suggests that Liverpool have already expressed interest in acquiring the Spanish international this summer.

Olmo is under contract with Leipzig until 2027, having signed a four-year extension before the current season. The 26-year-old joined the Bundesliga club in 2020 from Dinamo Zagreb and previously trained at Barcelona’s La Masia academy during his youth.

There are reports indicating that Olmo has a €60 million (£51 million) release clause in his Leipzig contract. However, some sources suggest this clause might expire on July 15, potentially spurring interested clubs to act swiftly.

Barcelona, where Olmo spent part of his youth career, has also been linked with a move for him, a decade after he left the club for Dinamo Zagreb. Olmo, who tallied eight goals and five assists for Leipzig this season, is expected to play a prominent role for Spain at the upcoming European Championships.

It remains uncertain whether Leipzig and Olmo will resolve his future before or after the summer tournament. Liverpool will commence their pre-season preparations in July, with scheduled games against Real Betis, Arsenal, and Manchester United in the United States.

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