The young talent impressed with his performances in the Champions League.
Now he wants to make a move away.
Dani Olmo claims he is ready to make a move away from Dinamo Zagreb. The highly rated Spain international was linked with a switch during in the summer, but ended up staying with the Croatian giants. However, the 21-year-old wants a switch amid reports Atletico Madrid are interested in making a move for the attacker in January.
“Last summer was an ideal time to take a next step,” Olmo told Jugones, via IndexHR. “In the end it did not happen and I said that I was equally happy because I wanted to play Champions League. But I think my cycle there is over and I want to take the next step to continue improving.”
According to AS, Atletico Madrid are willing to sell Thomas Lemar in January in order to make place for the talented midfielder. The Spanish side are in constant contracts with the player’s representatives, as they have sent scouts to watch him for few times.
In addition, AC Milan and Manchester United are also rumored to have shown interest in signing him. Olmo made his Spain debut last month, scoring in a 7-0 thrashing of Malta in Euro 2020 qualifying.
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