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Barcelona becomes rampant as they urge closer to their fifth signing

The Blaugranes have been rampant in the transfer window this season as they have already landed the services of Sergio Kun Aguero, Eric Garcia, Emerson Royal and Memphis Depay all coming as free agents with the exception of Emerson Royal. The culers are not ready to stop recruiting players this transfer window as they look to lure the services of their former player Dani Olmo.

The Culers are keen to re-sign Euro 2020 star they let walk away for free seven years ago. The five times champions league winners are working tirelessly to bring back RB Leipzig's midfielder this summer to the Nou Camp. The former La Masia graduate left Barcelona in 2014 at age 16 to Dinamo Zagreb. Barcelona are readying an offer with three players thought to be potentially included in a deal.

The Catalan club would have to reduce their wage bill if they want to land the services of the Spanish prodigy who starred well in the ongoing EURO 2020 championship. Ousmane Dembele's future is in tatters whilst the likes of Martin Braithwaite, Miralem Pjanic and Samuel Umtiti are no more needed by Ronald Koeman.

The German club will only sell Dani Olmo if Barcelona's bid is worth taking up. The 23 year old since moving to Leipzig has made 64 appearances in all competitions netting 12 goals and assisting as many. He has 16 international caps for the Spanish National team and even played in five of Luis Enrique's side's games before Italy dumped them out on penalties on Tuesday.

Olmo has also been linked with a move to Real Madrid but a return to the Nou Camp won't be bad for him. Barcelona will look to strengthen their squad with the arrival of Olmo as they go into the upcoming season.

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