Dani Olmo has said that he is open to returning to his youth club Barcelona.
Dani Olmo is enjoying an impressive season at Dinamo Zagreb. The 21-year old has enjoyed as much success with his national side as Spain won the European Under-21 Championship. While Olmo played a key role in his side’s victory scoring thrice in the competition.
As a result, the Spaniard’s display has earned him plaudits and clubs across Europe are looking to sign the midfielder. Dani Olmo came through the ranks of Barcelona’s youth academy. Despite not making a senior appearance for the Catalans, Olmo is open to return to his former club.
“We will see what happens [on his possible transfer],” Dani Olmo said as Goal.com reported.
“I don’t close the door on any club. But I’m a Dinamo player, what happens with Dinamo, we will see.
“Barcelona’s style: touch, movement – that’s added to what I have learned in Croatia.
“They’ve made me the player I am now.”
Dani Olmo has scored his first goal for the Spanish senior team on his first call-up to the national side.
A dream debut. pic.twitter.com/gw8Fzoe0UI
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) November 15, 2019
The Spanish international also spoke about Dinamo’s performance in the Champions League.
“We’re doing well in the Champions League. There are two games left and we depend on ourselves to get through. There’s a lot of work to be done.
“The Champions League is a shop window for all young players, especially if you’re in a smaller league like Croatia.”