It's hard to remember a time when Dani Olmo's future wasn't a major part of a transfer window saga. The young Spaniard is ready to make a move back to one of Europe's biggest leagues as he hopes to squeeze into Luis Enrique's plans for the national team. Dinamo Zagreb insist Olmo isn't for sale but are open to offers, which suggests they would sell if the price was right.
When asked if Olmo would be playing for Dinamo this weekend, head coach Nenad Bielica said: "No, Olmo won't play tomorrow. We all know how these transfers work although we don't know where or when he'll go. We don't want to take any risks for the club and especially in friendly matches. Either way, he's in good spirits and has been playing well."
In recent days he's been heavily linked with a move to Milan. Despite those reports from Italy, nothing has been agreed and Olmo's future remains undecided. Barça remain interested but would prefer to talk about a deal in the summer rather than this month.