Manchester City step up interest in Dani Olmo

Manchester City are reportedly keen on signing 26-year-old RB Leipzig attacker Dani Olmo in the summer transfer window.

According to a report by Mundo Deportivo via Sport Witness, Manchester City are now prepared to step up their interest in signing Dani Olmo. The 26-year-old Spanish international is a target for Barcelona, Liverpool and Manchester United as well.

The attacker is valued at €60 million, and it will be interesting to see if Manchester City decide to get the deal done. Recent reports have claimed that Olmo will only move to another club for an exciting project.

Manchester City have the finances to sign the Spaniard, and they will be an attractive destination for the attacker as well. Olmo will want to join a big club capable of winning major trophies, and the opportunity to play for Manchester City will be hard to turn down.

The Premier League champions need to bring in more quality in the attacking midfield areas. Bernardo Silva has been linked with a move away from the club. Jack Grealish could move on as well. The Spanish attacker is versatile enough to operate in a number of roles, and he will add goals and creativity to the Manchester City side.

Meanwhile, Barcelona need a versatile attacking midfielder like him as well. But they might struggle to compete with the Premier League giants financially. The Spanish outfit are going through financial difficulties, and they will find it difficult to pay €60 million for the Spaniard.

Liverpool and Manchester United keen on Dani Olmo

Liverpool are already well stocked in the attacking areas, and signing the attacking midfielder could prove to be a surprising decision. Liverpool should look to concentrate on bringing in a quality striker instead. They need someone who can lead the goals line for them and score goals consistently.

Meanwhile, Manchester United have been overly dependent on Bruno Fernandes for goals and creativity from the central areas. Olmo can take up that role and he could be the ideal long term replacement for Christian Eriksen as well.

The Red Devils certainly have the financial resources to pay €60 million for him, and it will be interesting to see if the can beat their cross-town rivals to his signature. All four clubs could prove to be an exciting destination for the midfielder, and it remains to be seen where he ends up.

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