Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly made a move for attacker Dani Olmo from Croatian top-flight club Dinamo Zagreb.
According to Croatian outlet Sportske Novosti, Wolves have submitted a bid in the region of £22.5million.
The report details that there is also interest from some big names such as Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Tottenham.
Olmo was in stunning form last season for Zagreb, where he scored 12 goals and supplied nine assists in return.
He’s a versatile attacker that can play in the number 10 role or as a winger with his technical ability and eye for goal.
The Spain Under-21 international also helped his nation win the European Championships this summer, as he scored in both the semi-final and final for his youth team.
Olmo is a rising talent that certainly looks destined to play at a higher domestic level than the Croatian league, but importantly he’s had a taste of European action with them.
The skilful attacker would be a brilliant addition if Wolves can win the race for him and attract him to Molineux over some of Europe’s elite clubs.
Nuno Espirito Santo is operating with a thin squad right now and needs reinforcements, especially as their competitive season has already commenced.
Olmo would add some extra creative flair to the Wolves team, something that the likes of Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez could thrive off.