July 18, 2024

Worst nightmare: Mikel Arteta in serious war with Europe giant for a Goal scoring winger with pace better than saka..

It has now been disclosed to Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur that an attacker who is currently at Euro 2024 has a £50 million release clause.

Ange Postecoglou and Mikel Arteta are rumored to be looking for a new creative forward this summer—someone who can turn a game around in an instant.

Additionally, we can witness multiple Premier League teams vying for the same players given the limited possibilities that currently seem to exist on the transfer market. For instance, both north London teams value Crystal Palace’s Eberechi Eze, a player for whom Spurs has placed an inquiry. Having stated that, TBR Football is aware that Dani Olmo’s agents from Spain have recently held talks with many Premier League teams.

Olmo, who is presently competing for his nation at Euro 2024, began with David Raya in Monday’s 1-0 victory over Albania for Spain. TBR also knows that Olmo can leave RB Leipzig this summer for little over £50 million because to a clause in his contract that expires in mid-July.

Arsenal and Tottenham have both been told about Dani Olmo’s release clause.

English teams Manchester City and Liverpool have expressed interest in Olmo for a long time and have had conversations with the player. Additionally, TBR has been informed that the 26-year-old’s circumstances have been shared with Arsenal, Chelsea, and Tottenham; but, nothing further has been done at this time.

Olmo is reportedly still attracting interest from Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain, but Leipzig has made it plain that they would want to keep the midfield player because they believe Xavi Simons is unlikely to return.

Olmo made 27 appearances for Leipzig in the previous campaign, tallying eight goals and dishing out six assists. Additionally, it has long appeared possible that “incredible” Olmo would rejoin Barcelona, the team he played for the majority of his childhood career before moving on to Dinamo Zagreb. However, since Olmo hasn’t made any progress in the past year or so, Premier League teams ought to be aware of his predicament.

Whilst £50m may be considered a steep price, 35-cap Olmo presents an incredibly versatile profile in attacking areas, able to play centrally or on either wing.

And in that respect, the Spaniard could actually be Postecoglou’s perfect signing up top, perhaps even in addition to Eze if Spurs’ finances allow.

But either way, Olmo’s situation will be one to watch, especially when the European transfer window hots up in July.

their ranks.

However, Gareth Southgate’s set-up isn’t working, and England have been incomprehensibly poor at times.

Of course, given England’s performances, almost every player in the starting XI has experienced some form of criticism, and Saka has been no exception.

 

 

 

 

 

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