Dani Olmo has converted himself to the Spanish hearts in the Em- and Olympic summer. However, the offensive artist of RB Leipzig must tribute to this pensum.

Ironically against Croatia, Dani Olmo played in the hearts of the Spanish fans. The Kroat from Terrassa, as the newspaper Marca once called him, with two precise flanks in the extension of the EM second round for the dramatic 5: 3 success of Spain against his former adhesion home. Behind Olmo are unforgettable summer months with the semi-final in the euro and the Olympic Silver Medal in Tokyo.

The dribble artist of RB Leipzig is already a solid size of the Furia Roja at 23 years and therefore completed a tremendous pensum for his country between June and August. Eleven mandatory games in two months, three of them over 120 minutes – the left traces at the whispered attacker.

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After a special holiday that Olmo had voluntarily kept very short, he rose to the new season under his new RB coach Jesse Marsch at the end of August. It was followed by three starting fields within a week, at the end of which Olmo had a muscle injury. We might let him play too much and exposed him to a higher risk of injury, hit March afterwards.

From the targeted downtime of two weeks was more than a month, only last Thursday, Olmo returned to team training. We have to come back to a rhythm now, said March before the game last Saturday against Eintracht Frankfurt. He has planned Olmo in his system as a solid service provider: Dani has a good feeling for combinations, for proper passes, in switching and in the game building. And he can bring peace to the place.

These extraordinary skills presented Olmo in memorable EM semi-finals against Italy, even if he failed in penalties. Some top clubs from Europe are supposed to stretch out their sensors after him – especially the FC Barcelona. No wonder, the big club has once trained the native Catalan.

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But instead of looking for his luck with his home club, Olmo at the age of 16 met the Unorthodox decision together with his father, the Unorthodox decision to prefer the Croatian record champion Dinamo Zagreb in the professional area. The plan went up, the arrow-fast legal foot changed after five years for 25 million euros to Leipzig. He has doubled his market value since then.

Club icon Xavi, who will probably sit soon on the coach chair in Barcelona, ​​is considered a big fan of Olmo. But the 41-year-old is not alone. He is a very important player for us, says Jesse Marsch: He s a great guy and a superior talent.