Dani Olmo: “Someday I want to return to Spain”

Dani Olmo has left his future up in the air in an interview with Bild. The Leipzig attacker has a contract with the German club until 2024, although he has not closed the door on a possible return to Barcelona, ​​where he played for six years and It has been related in the last transfer market. In addition, the 24-year-old winger was one of the members of the Spanish team in Qatar and He has spoken about the sadness caused by the departure of Luis Enrique at the helm of ‘La Roja’.

Future: “I have a contract until 2024. Right now I don’t think about that, only about the next games. We have three competitions ahead. Things happen so fast in football, things can change all the time. We won the DFB-Pokal last season and we want to do everything we can again this season to play for titles again.”

Play in Spain: “Someday I want to go back, it would be great. Spain is my country, my league. My family and friends live there. But I am not only tied to Spain. The most important thing for me is to play in a club where I feel loved and important. Like here in Leipzig. Now the talks with Max will show how things will continue.”

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Return to Barcelona: “I played there for six years when I was young. It will always be a home to me. Many of my friends from the national team play there.”

Departure of Luis Enrique: “It made me very sad. I loved working with him. With him, you feel like you are in a school class at every meeting, at every speech, because you learn a lot. I have to thank him for all these years.”

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Champions League tie against Manchester City: “It is difficult to choose between Haaland or Guardiola as the greatest danger in a team like this. There are also players like De Bruyne and Bernardo Silva. But we also have enough good players to challenge them. It’s going to be difficult, we’re playing against one of the favorites and we need a perfect game. But they are twice 90 minutes, eleven against eleven and a ball”.

About Josko Gvardiol: “It has been a long time since he has shown performances like in the World Cup with us. I am pleased that you have now received care at this high level. I don’t see limits to him and I’m sure he will become one of the best defenders in the world. He is still young. He has to stay focused and calm, but he knows it.”

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