Tottenham target’s agent issues a come and get me plea

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Dom Le Roy

Spanish youngster Dani Olmo appears to be a wanted man ahead of the new season.

The 21-year-old impressed during his nation’s successful European Under-21 Championship campaign where he scored in the final in the 2-1 victory against Germany in Udine (Reuters).

Reports in Spain from Muchodeporte. had claimed that Mauricio Pochettino was left impressed by his performances and was considering launching a £22 million offer.

Olmo has played his football in Croatia for Dinamo Zagreb for the past five years following his switch from Barcelona in 2014 (Croatian Sports).

According to the Daily Express Manchester United, Liverpool, Bayern Munich and even former side Barcelona are all monitoring his situation ahead of his return to training at Zagreb next week.

Olmo’s agent Andy Bara admits that a move to Bayern Munich would be an attractive proposition and all the German giants have to do is pick up the phone.

Bara said: “Bayern is a big club, and there’s no player on this planet who doesn’t want to play for such a club,” 

“They have the best scouts in the world and if there’s interest, they can pay Dinamo’s asking price and the salary of such a player.”

Olmo, on the other hand, is not closing the doors to any potential clubs ahead of the upcoming season, he was quoted by the Daily Express: “I don’t know what is true and what isn’t.

“I’ve wanted to disconnect from everything and when I have the chance to speak with my agent, we’ll see.”

“I’m not ruling out any team,” he added.

“Out of respect to everyone who is interested in me, I’m not going to say anything. You have to respect them all.”

He continued when asked about if he has set a date to make his decision: “I don’t know. My agents have told the children at the training centre that in the next 20 days we’ll know, so…”

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