Dani Olmo to Chelsea latest: Huge Barcelona boost, Blues make ‘firm offer’, player wants move

The January transfer window is starting to gather pace with Premier League teams looking to add to their squad over the next few weeks.

Frank Lampard and Chelsea will be able to join in the fun this time around after their transfer ban was lifted. Reports claim that the Blues’ boss will be given funds to add players during January, having been unable to add any new faces during the summer.

A lot of names have already been linked with a winter move to Stamford Bridge, with Dinamo Zagreb midfielder Dani Olmo one of the latest.

The 21-year-old is one of the most sought after young talents in European football after impressing in the Champions League for his club this season.

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So, could the player be at Stamford Bridge by the end of the window?

We take a look at the latest news on the player’s future below.

Who is Dani Olmo?

Olmo is one of the names being linked to a number of clubs at the start of the January window, but who is the midfielder?

Take a look here.

Chelsea make ‘firm offer’

Sport (via SportsWitness) claim that the Blues have made a ‘firm offer’ for the Dinamo Zagreb man, although there are no figures mentioned in the report, it is claimed that the Croatian side are after a figure of around £34 million for the 21-year-old.

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What has he said?

“Last summer was an ideal time to take a next step,” Olmo told  Jugones (via Goal).

“In the end it did not happen and I said that I was equally happy because I wanted to play Champions League.

“But I think my cycle there is over and I want to take the next step to continue improving.”

The player reiterated his stance in a separate interview with Catalan newspaper L’Esportiu (via the Express).

“My goal is to go to the European Championship [with Spain] and it will be difficult for me if in the next six months I’m only playing in a smaller league,…


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