Currently with the Spanish national team for the UEFA Euro 2024, RB Leipzig forward Dani Olmo has hinted that he could be open to a summer exit, especially with interest from FC Barcelona. Barcelona is reportedly eyeing Olmo as a potential option to strengthen their left wing. His versatility and familiarity with the Barça style, having spent time at La Masia, make him an appealing target for the club.

However, Barcelona might face challenges in acquiring Olmo due to his €60 million release clause, which could be difficult to meet given the club’s current financial situation. Despite this, Olmo has indicated that he is open to exploring future opportunities, although his immediate focus is on the ongoing Euros tournament.

During a press conference, Olmo mentioned, “I’m open to future possibilities, my people are the ones who have to know.” He emphasized the importance of staying focused on the European Championship at the moment but did not rule out the potential for a move in the future.

Olmo, who prefers playing as a No. 10, acknowledged that he may have to compete with Pedri, the talented midfielder from Barcelona, for a similar position in the Spanish national team. He highlighted the healthy competition within the team, stating, “We all compete with each other and this makes us better. With Pedri, I think I share the same position, we have played many games together and I feel good with him, although it will be up to the coach to decide.”

This development could pave the way for an intriguing transfer saga in the upcoming transfer window, as Barcelona seeks to bolster their squad and Olmo contemplates his future beyond RB Leipzig. The dynamics of this situation will likely unfold further as the Euro 2024 tournament progresses and clubs begin to make their moves in the transfer market. Stay tuned for more updates on this potential transfer story.