AC Milan are pressing hard to try and secure the signature of Dani Olmo from Dinamo Zagreb in the January window, a report claims.
Reliable Croatian outlet Sportske Novosti first claimed that that Milan have had a bid accepted for Olmo, with the player keen on the move and the potential for everything to be agreed ‘soon’.
The same outlet offered an update on Friday by claiming the Spain international could even fly to Italy in the next 24 hours, with the Rossoneri having tabled an offer of €20m plus €5m bonuses.
According to Spanish outlet AS, Milan are keen on strengthening their wide areas with a deal for Olmo and are willing to make an offer of around €30million to land the former Barcelona academy star now or next summer..
The player is keen on a move to the San Siro despite interest from a number of Europe’s top clubs, the report continues, including Atletico Madrid who were put off by Dinamo’s €40m asking price last summer.
Milan have already contacted his entourage and will try to get him in a Rossonero shirt as soon as possible, even if the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea and Spurs are also apparently in the hunt.