Olmo impresses for Dinamo Zagreb
Dani Olmo has begun to raise his profile in the last few weeks.
The Barcelona youth product has been impressing with Spain’s under-21s.
Spain would beat Germany 2-1 in the 2019 under-21 European Championship final.
Olmo featured in four of Spain’s five matches, scoring three and assisting one.
At club level, Olmo is currently honing his craft in Croatia with Dinamo Zagreb, having done so since 2014.
This past season saw the attacking midfielder/winger score 12 and assist nine for Dinamo Zagreb.
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Olmo on transfer links
After catching the eye with Spain, reports have begun to emerge that Olmo could be on the move this summer.
Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo published a report on Friday the 5th of July about Olmo.
In said report, they claimed that Tottenham were interested in signing him, and had offered €25m for his services.
However, it doesn’t sound as though Spurs fans should be getting their hopes up too much.
This is because, in a recent interview, Olmo has spoken out about the transfer speculation surrounding him, claiming to know nothing about it.
He went on to state that he just wants to play for a club that will give him game time:
“Honestly, I know absolutely nothing about it. It’s for my manager Andy Bara and my dad. However, I’m not burdened by this.
“It’s very simple – I want a club where I will play. I am still young and for me, it is most important that I have minutes.” As quoted by the Mirror.