Liverpool in the battle to sign €30m-rated technically gifted playmaker

Merseyside club are easily one of the best teams in Europe at the moment, but Jurgen Klopp is not one to sit on his laurels. He will undoubtedly look to improve his team in the upcoming transfer window, and one footballer they are now linked with is young Dani Olmo.

Merseyside club are ready to fight the likes of PSG, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan for the signature of U21 Spain international. Born and brought up in Terrassa, Spain, Dani spent seven years at La Masia before moving to the academy at Dinamo Zagreb in 2014.

In just his first year at the Croatian club, Olmo made his debut for the senior side, showing the potential he has at the highest level. He gradually managed to make an impression on the first team and in the last couple of campaigns, has played over 25 league matches each, cementing his place in the senior squad.

The 21-year-old attacker registered 12 goals in 44 games across all tournaments last campaign and has started the current season in fine form, registering five goals and five assists in 11 matches in all tournaments. Spanish attacker, who can play on either wing, Dani is an excellent dribbler with a keen eye for a goal.

Olmo can wriggle out of tight spots, can run the game in and around the box and is widely regarded as one of the best footballers in the Croatian domestic league. At 21, he has shown great maturity at the highest stage and could turn into a world-beater under the tutelage of a coach like Jurgen Klopp.