Bayern Munich front-runners to sign Dani Olmo

Bayern Munich are reportedly interested in signing 25-year-old Spanish international midfielder Dani Olmo from RB Leipzig.

Dani Olmo has been linked with clubs like Chelsea, Liverpool and Barcelona as well, according to Mundo Deportivo. However, Bayern Munich are in the pole position to sign the Spanish international from RB Leipzig in the summer transfer window.

Olmo has had an impressive season with the Bundesliga outfit last season, and he has carried that form into the European Championships with Spain. The 25-year-old attacking midfielder has been quite impressive on international duty this summer, and his performances have attracted the attention of several high-profile clubs.

Bayern Munich are looking to add more quality and depth to their attacking unit, and it is no surprise that they are keen on signing the Spanish international. He can operate in the central areas as well as in the wide areas and will add goals and creativity to the Bayern Munich attack. Olmo is well-settled in the Bundesliga, and he should be able to make an instant impact at the Bavarian club.

Chelsea and Liverpool keen on Olmo

Chelsea and Liverpool need to add more quality to their attacking unit as well. The 25-year-old will add flair, technical ability and vision in the final third. He will help open up defences with his creativity and vision. His ability to link up with his teammates in the final third could also prove to be invaluable.

The attacking midfielder is at the peak of his powers right now, and he could make an instant impact in the Premier League. He has the physical and technical attributes to do well in English football.

Meanwhile, Spanish giants Barcelona are looking to add more quality to their attacking unit as well, and it is no surprise that they are looking at the RB Leipzig midfielder this summer. It will be interesting to see if they can beat the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, and Bayern Munich to his signature.

The Spanish midfielder is valued at €60 million and Barcelona might struggle to afford him. They are going through financial limitations, and they will be hoping to bring in signings for a more reasonable price. Meanwhile, the opportunity to join some of the biggest clubs in the world could be quite attractive for the Spaniard, and it will be interesting to see where he ends up.

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