Dinamo Zagreb director of football
Mamić spoke to Olmo during a private meeting to inform him that Milan had agreed to pay €20m to sign him immediately, and it is now up to the player himself to decide on his next move. Unfortunately for Milan, Olmo is not overly keen on the idea of heading to San Siro as he only wants to join a team who can offer him regular Champions League football.
Milan find themselves tenth in the Serie A standings, and qualification for European football seems incredibly unlikely right now, which could stop them from sealing a deal for Olmo.
In fact, Olmo is understood to be waiting to hear offers from any Bundesliga sides. League leaders RB Leipzig are thought to be one of the most intriguing options, while Bayer Leverkusen are also named as potential suitors.
There have yet to be any official offers from English sides like Chelsea or United, so it appears as though it could be over to the German sides to offer Olmo an alternative to Milan. Olmo has asked to delay his final decision, so he is clearly desperate to hear all his options before deciding on his next move.
Milan is currently thought to be his only concrete option, but he seems eager to drum up some more interest from elsewhere.