Arsenal target’s release clause will expire in five days

Euro 2024 top scorer and Arsenal target Dani Olmo has a release clause that expires in five days.

The Spaniard has been in fantastic form for Spain at the Euros, and he was also one of the best players for his club, RB Leipzig, last season.

Injuries have limited Olmo’s playing time, but whenever he steps on the pitch, he makes an impact.

The attacker is now being linked with a move away from his current club, and Arsenal is interested in signing him.

Manchester City and Bayern Munich are also keen on acquiring him, and he has a release clause worth £52 million.

The release clause is payable by Arsenal and his other suitors, but they might struggle to meet the time frame.

A report in the Daily Mail reveals that the clause expires on the 15th of July, which means his suitors are now racing against time to sign him.

With Spain still competing in the Euros and now in the final, this could also affect his chance of moving clubs.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Olmo is one of the finest attackers in Europe now, and we need to act fast to add him to our squad.


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  1. Honestly I’m baffled that Arteta thought Havertz can replace Xhaka when Olmo has been available all this time and would have costed less.
    We really should stop bailing Chelsea out of their financial troubles at some point…

    1. But hasnt Kai lived up to expectation?
      Yes he was abysmal ìn the first half of his stint and the guy has gone on to contributed more goals ìn a season for Arsenal than he did ìn over 4years at Chelsea and I quite remember there were matches we struggled to win until his last minute goal came through for us.

      1. That was not the plan for him though, Arteta and Edu just got lucky that Havertz worked out in a different position towards the end.
        Havertz has been good, but not $65m good.
        And it’s Olmo’s contributions that took Spain to the finals, while Havertz lack of contribution took Germany out.

        Also Arteta and Edu didn’t get so lucky with Sambi and Nuno and they are being sold for a loss.

        The criticism is justified…

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