Tottenham-linked Dani Olmo will play Champions League football next season – MD

Olmo impresses for Spain & Zagreb

This past season proved an excellent one for Dani Olmo.

For his club, Dinamo Zagreb, Olmo featured in 44 games across all competitions, scoring 12 and assisting nine in said games.

Olmo was also on form for his country, competing in the 2019 European Under-21 Championships with Spain.

Despite largely being deployed as a central attacking midfielder for his club, Olmo played on the right for Spain’s under-21s in their most recent games.

Olmo would feature in four of their five fixtures, scoring three and assisting one, including one in the final as Spain beat Germany 2-1.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – APRIL 17: Mauricio Pochettino, Manager of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates at the end of the match during the UEFA Champions League Quarter Final second leg match between Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur at at Etihad Stadium on April 17, 2019 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Olmo will be playing CL football

After a standout season for both club and country, Olmo has been linked with a move to Tottenham.

However, Olmo responded to these rumours shortly after, and claimed that he knew nothing about them:

“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.

Now, Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo have provided a fresh update on Olmo’s future.

According to MD, Olmo will be moving clubs this summer, to play for a side in the Champions League.

However, it will not be a club from the Spanish top-flight.

Instead, Mundo Deportivo name Tottenham, Liverpool and Bayern Munich as potential destinations for Olmo.

 

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