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Dani Olmo not ruling out Barcelona return

The Spain international has been talking about his future

Spain v Malta - UEFA Euro 2020 Qualifier Photo by Angel Martinez/Getty Images

Dani Olmo has refused to rule out returning to Barcelona in the future and says he would like to play in La Liga again.

The 21-year-old left Barca for Dinamo Zagreb in 2014 and has gone on to become a key player for the Croatian team.

His form has seen him called up to the Spain squad, and he scored a debut goal in their 7-0 win over Malta on Friday.

Olmo has since been asked about his future and told Sport he hopes he can come back to La Liga, and when asked about Barca specifically he said he “does not close the door to any club.”

The 21-year-old also spoke fondly about his time at La Masia and how “they made me the footballer that I am now.”

Olmo has been linked with plenty of clubs this season and it would be no surprise to see him on the move either in January or next summer.

His coach Nenad Bjelica has admitted there have been plenty of offers and that Olmo “is ready to play for the best clubs in Europe.”

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