Dinamo Zagreb forward Dani Olmo is ready to leave the club for one of Europe’s ‘bigger’ sides, with three names reportedly targeting the 21-year-old, according to a report from CalcioMercato in Italy.
The only stumbling block in Dani Olmo getting his wish, is that Zagreb are demanding a fee in excess of €40 million. Olmo’s impressive performances have caught the attention of multiple sides and the player himself does not want to waste the opportunity to move on.
As mentioned in the report, the three clubs showing an interest in the player are AC Milan and Roma from Serie A, as well as Manchester City.
It has been suggested that AC Milan have been monitoring the 21-year-old for the longest time, and have begun plans to bring the Spaniard to Italy, as part of a major rebuilding project. However, unfortunately for both Italian sides interest, Manchester City would be able to propose the largest offer next summer.
So far this campaign, Olmo has registered 12 goal contributions in 17 appearances for the Croatian side – scoring six goals and providing six assists. Olmo has also had the chance to prove his qualities to Manchester City officials, facing Guardiola’s side in the UEFA Champions League this season, with another clash still to come.
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