AC Milan look to have missed out on the race for Dani Olmo as the playmaker has left training to fly to Leipzig, according to a report.
We reported earlier on Wednesday that Milan are looking to generate revenue to surpass the almost decisive lunge by RB Leipzig for Olmo.
Vito Angele told us that the player – coveted by half of Europe – could soon fly to Germany, with Leipzig having made an offer of around €35m including bonuses and commissions – a figure which Dinamo should accept.
According to the latest from MilanNews.it – who cite sources in Croatia – the Spain international has left the training ground of Dinamo Zagreb in order to fly out to Leipzig and complete his move.
Sportske reported on Tuesday that Milan, Wolverhampton, Dortmund had not given up on their hopes of signing Olmo despite Leipzig’s assault, with the player having not yet made up his mind. Now, however, it seems he has.