Revealed: Dani Olmo’s release clause and when it is set to expire… with ‘Man City, Bayern Munich and Arsenal all interested in signing the Spain star after impressing at Euro 2024’

  • Dani Olmo has been one of the standout players at Euro 2024 this summer 
  • The Spain and RB Leipzig forward has a release clause which is set to expire 
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Spain star Dani Olmo’s release at RB Leipzig is set to expire in the coming days. 

Olmo has been one of the standout players at Euro 2024 and helped guide Spain to the final on Tuesday with victory against France. 

The 26-year-old scored his third goal of the tournament just minutes after Lamine Yamal had put Luis de la Fuente’s men level. 

Olmo also scored in Spain’s quarter-final-final win over Germany and against Georgia in the last-16. 

The playmaker has a £52million release clause and interest is likely to grow after his impressive performances this summer.  

However, the release clause expires on July 15 so interested club will have to act swiftly if they are to land Olmo for a cut price fee. 

Mail Sport reported in March that Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham are among the clubs who continue to keep an eye on Olmo’s progress, particularly with his ability to play on either flank or off the striker.

Further reports now suggest RB Leipzig’s Bundesliga rivals Bayern Munich are also keen on Olmo alongside Arsenal. 

Olmo signed a new contract last June which runs until 2027 but the clause means a number of suitors are now assessing whether he could fit into their plans. 

He started the season with a hat-trick for Leipzig against Bayern Munich in the German Super Cup and his performances have continued to draw in scouts from Europe’s elite clubs.

Steve Mcmanaman heaped praise on Olmo on Tuesday night, saying: ‘You wonder, prior to the Pedri injury whether he would’ve been on the pitch as much as he has been. He was excellent in the last game, he was excellent again today. 

‘It was a lovely goal, as Craig [Burley] said, the way he controlled the ball and then flips it past [Aurelien] Tchouameni was fantastic. I’m glad, UEFA eventually gave him the goal because he deserved it with his play.’ 

Olmo will have the chance to impress again and take the Euro 2024 golden boot when Spain face England or the Netherlands in Sunday’s final.