Tottenham have expressed an interest in RB Leipzig star Dani Olmo but need not rush into any transfer decision about the midfielder yet.

That’s according to Sport BILD, who say Tottenham and other suitors have time on their hands as the midfielder’s release clause doesn’t expire until July.

The newspaper explains that the Spaniard is currently deciding where his future will lie, with it seemingly set away from Leipzig but his next destination unknown.

He’s taking the slow route on that front for now, with the pressure off as a release clause in his contract doesn’t activate until July.

That means he can head to Euro 2024 with Spain, where he is expected to be one of the key players, perform well and draw in more interested parties.

The belief that his fixed price of €65m could end up looking like a bargain to some and Tottenham are one of the clubs who have already been in contact about a move, albeit nothing has ‘become really concrete yet’.

The RB Leipzig star has also been in contact with Barcelona, his representatives holding a meeting with the club at the end of April. Barcelona confirmed at that point they’re interested, but their financial situation makes a deal difficult.

They need to bring his price down or change how his release clause would be paid, a game Leipzig simply aren’t interested in playing.

They want their money and as early as possible so they can secure a replacement, knowing Olmo will leave a big hole in their squad.

The issue is that the late date set on his release clause means Tottenham and others don’t need to rush into any sort of deal and can play the long game, perhaps using the Euros as one last opportunity to watch the player before making their move.