Arne Slot tells Liverpool to sign 26-year-old Man United and Man City target

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Incoming Liverpool manager is already thinking about the summer transfer business at his new club.

The Dutch manager’s move to Anfield is still not officially announced but it seems he is already planning his next move.

Feyenoord manager Slot is set to take charge of the Merseyside club to replace Jurgen Klopp who is leaving the Premier League club after joining them in 2015.

Slot has one eye on the transfer business ahead of his move and he wants Liverpool to sign Manchester United and Manchester City target.

The 45-year-old has requested that the Reds board to pay the €60 million (£51.5 million) release clause for RB Leipzig attacking midfielder Dani Olmo, according to the Catalan publication El Nacional.

The Reds are among the few teams willing to provide the offensive midfielder a major role and the opportunity to play Champions League football.

Liverpool are anticipated to be busy in the summer transfer window as they aim to bolster their squad to challenge for trophies again next season.

Dani Olmo is attracting interest from Liverpool, Man United and Chelsea.

The Spain international is believed to be appreciated by numerous Premier League teams, including Liverpool’s rivals, and has been widely projected to look for a new challenge at the conclusion of the season.

Fichajes has reported that Olmo is attracting interest from Man United while BILD has confirmed that Man City have made a plan to sign the Spanish international, so LFC would do well to ensure they don’t miss out to two of their biggest rivals.

Olmo can provide attacking threat to Liverpool

With eight goals and five assists so far this season, Olmo has the potential to be a great summer addition for Liverpool.

At 26, he is very close to reaching the height of his abilities, making him the logical choice to take Thiago Alcantara’s spot at Anfield when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Slot has identified the player who will fit into his philosophy and make the Reds better.

It is now up to the owners and the club chiefs to support the manager in the market, or else there’s surely the risk of Olmo either strengthening an already-great City side, or else helping improve United and making them more of a threat to Liverpool in next year’s top four battle.

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