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Tottenham showing interest in £51 million-rated midfielder, two other PL sides keen

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Tottenham Hotspur are keen on signing the RB Leipzig midfielder Dani Olmo this summer.

Dani Olmo has had an impressive rise at RB Leipzig which has resulted in a significant amount of interest in his services. His consistent performances have put him on the wishlist of some of the biggest clubs in England. According to a report from GIVEMESPORT, Tottenham are one of the clubs interested in signing the Spanish international who has been doing wonders at Euro 2024.

Olmo has contributed towards four goals in his last three outings, he has found the back of the net in both of their knockout fixtures and has helped them book a place in the semi-finals.

Spurs are keen on his signature as their manager looks to add more quality to his attack. They want someone who can compete with James Maddison for a place in the starting XI. More importantly, they are also looking to add more depth to the flanks and Olmo could be an exceptional signing as he can help them in both aspects. While he still has three years left on his deal with Leipzig, there is a £51 million release clause in his deal which could lead to a departure this summer.

While he has a history of injury problems, the Spanish ace could be a key player for Spurs if he manages to remain fit. However, they will face competition for his services from Chelsea as well as Manchester City. Chelsea have been linked with the versatile attacker as they seek more firepower in the final third. Olmo will add goals and creativity to the side.

Meanwhile, the Spaniard is quite high on Manchester City’s wishlist as they consider him to be an alternative target to Lucas Paqueta who is at risk of being handed a lengthy ban. Guardiola’s team are considering activating his release clause as they look to bring him to Etihad.

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