Dinamo Zagreb star Dani Olmo has reportedly made it his priority to secure a move to RB Leipzig this month despite offers from AC Milan and Wolves.
According to the latest from Sportske, the Bundesliga leaders are ready to pay Dinamo €16m up front to land the Spain international, plus other bonuses and a percentage in case of future sale.
Interestingly, the outlet claims that the Croatian side would receive €2m every time Leipzig get into the Champions League, meaning a potential of €10m if they qualify for the next five years.
Also, for every 15 games Olmo plays for the team, Dinamo would get another €1m, plus there is a 10% sell on clause. All this adds up to a potential deal that could easily reach over €30m down the line.
Olmo wants to go to Leipzig to play in the Champions League next season and possibly win the league this time around, while the prospect of playing under one of the best young coaches in the world in Julian Nagelsmann is an attractive one.
However, Wolverhampton’s offer of €25million is still on the table and could reach € 40million with the bonuses they are offering, while the report adds that Milan have also made a bid which is being considered.
Everything is expected to be resolved regarding Olmo’s future by the end of the week, Sportske concludes.