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Manchester United in queue with FC Barcelona to sign Dani Olmo

Manchester United in queue with FC Barcelona to sign Dani Olmo, Six Sports

Manchester United are reportedly showing interest in signing RB Leipzig attacker Dani Olmo next summer in 2022.

The 23-year-old has scored 12 times and registered 13 assists in 62 appearances for his German club. Since arriving from Dinamo Zagreb in January 2020. He is also now a regular for Spain.

FC Barcelona are also interesting in signing their former player Dani Olmo. The Catalan giants are said to be weighing up a move in January despite their financial issues.

However, according to Marca, Ronald Koeman’s side are likely to face competition from Man United. They are keen to bring the attacker to Old Trafford next year.

The report claims that Paris Saint Germain, Juventus and Bayern Munich are also keeping a close eye o,n developments and could make offers depending on how the situation unfolds.

Olmo, who still has three years left to run on his current deal. He is recently insisting that he was fully focusing on Leipzig amid the speculation surrounding his future.

Manchester United in queue with FC Barcelona to sign Dani Olmo, Six Sports

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But, according to The Athletic, Pogba is now ‘leaning’ towards signing a new deal at United after Saturday’s victory over Newcastle had a ‘significant bearing on thinking over his future.

Pogba has started the season in sublime form, with seven assists in just four games. But he is now into the final year of his contract and could leave at the end of the season for nothing.

Dani Olmo has recorded three assists during the European championships for Leipzig’s only goal in their DFB Pokal final loss to Borussia Dortmund in May.

Olmo returned to action with the East German outfit on Saturday. He played 58 minutes as Bayern crushed them 4-1 on their own turf.

Olmo even revealed he had contact with Barcelona regarding a move in a recent interview.

“There was no time to even think about a transfer, everything happened too quickly,” he told Suddeutsche Zeitung.

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