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Barcelona will attempt to sign RB Leipzig midfielder Dani Olmo in January

 

Barcelona will attempt to sign RB Leipzig’s Dani Olmo this January after failing to secure his signature on transfer deadline day, according to reports. 

The Catalans submitted a £50m bid on Tuesday for the 23-year-old but that was turned down by the German outfit.

It is said that the Red Bulls wanted around £65m to let their player leave the club. 

However, as per Mundo Deportivo, Barca haven’t yet given up on the talented attacking midfielder and will try to sign him in the January transfer window. 

Olmo joined RB Leipzig last summer from Dinamo Zagreb, penning a four-year contract. 

He enjoyed an impressive 2020-21 season with the German side, making 32 league appearances and helping them to finish 2nd in the table. 

Both Barcelona and the Bundesliga outfit are said to be on good terms, having conducted transfer business this summer. 

The Red Bulls signed Ilaix Moriba from the Catalans in a deal worth around £14m.

Tottenham Hotspur were also reportedly interested in securing the services of Moriba but the youngster wasn’t keen on a move to north London. 

Ronald Koeman’s side began their new season with a 4-2 victory over Real Sociedad but were held 1-1 at Athletic Club. 

They returned to winning ways last weekend when they defeated Getafe 2-1 at Nou Camp. 

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