AC Milan have reignited their interested in signing winger Dani Olmo from RB Leipzig in the summer window, according to a report.
The Rossoneri were strongly linked with a move for the Spain international during the January transfer window which follows on from links during the summer, and at one point it was reported in Croatia that a deal was almost completely agreed.
Tuttosport revealed in March (via MilanLive) that Elliott Management in fact decided that the commissions requested by the player’s entourage (€7million), the transfer fee and bonuses would have far exceeded the €20m put on the table by Milan.
According to TMW, Milan have revived their interest in Dani Olmo in the last few hours. The Spain international has not played as much as expected since his arrival at Leipzig, scoring three goals in 12 appearances, the bulk of which have been off the bench.
The report adds how the arrival of Ralf Rangnick could start a negotiation between Milan and the Bundesliga side.