Dani Olmo has insisted he is only thinking of his current club Dinamo Zagreb despite the persistent transfer speculation surrounding him.
The Spain U21 star is seemingly attracting interest from a lot of top European clubs having netted eight league goals in each of his last two seasons with the Croatian side.
In addition to that, the 21-year-old netted on his debut for the Spanish national team during their recent 7-0 Euro 2020 qualifier win over Malta.
Recently, Dinamo Zagreb sporting director Marko Vukelic confirmed that their prized asset Olmo is ‘on the list’ of AC Milan as a possible transfer target.
Having been linked in the media for months, the player himself confessed earlier in the year that he is flattered by the links, while his father Miquel also confirmed he did hold discussions with Milan.
Calciomercato.com also recently reported that Milan have been scouting Olmo for at least two and a half seasons, but that Roma, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Ajax, Manchester United and Manchester City all prove competition.
Speaking to Mundo Deportivo, Olmo was asked about his future, but played the question with a straight bat.
“Back to Spain? First I think of the season, so far very good,” he said, via Calciomercato.com.
“We are doing well in the Champions League, there is still a lot of work to do.”