Despite Dinamo Zagreb's president Mirko Barisic insisting that Daniel Olmo isn't on the market this summer, reports in Italy suggest a deal has been agreed with Milan. The transfer fee is said to be worth €24m with another €6m in variables.
Those same reports claim Olmo will earn €2.5m per season until 2025 with the Italian giants. The only thing which is holding up the deal are the demands of the intermediaries and agents who are brokering the deal.
Olmo is happy to make the move to a more established side in Europe.
Barisic had previously admitted that Barça were also keen on bringing the midfielder 'home' to the Camp Nou this summer. Olmo himself has made no secret of his wish to secure a higher profile team in order to force his way into Spain's plans. The Dinamo president said: "There are two weeks left in January and anything could happen," before later adding: "He isn't for sale, has a contract until 2021 and he'll stay at Dinamo."
Barça made an initial offer but it was turned down as it was to secure a transfer next summer. However, Milan would prefer to bring him in straight away.
Olmo admitted he was "flattered" by the interest in the club he previously spent six years at but is happy to leave every door open for now.