Dani Olmo says he is not ruling out a transfer to any club, as he continues to be linked with a transfer to Manchester United.
But in an interview with Sport, Olmo refused to be drawn on his future – but he also did not rule out any club as a future destination.
The Spanish U21 international scored or assisted 31 goals in 44 appearances for Zagreb last season, continuing his rise following a move from Barcelona’s famous La Masia academy in 2014.
He said: “There’s talk about a lot of teams and many more rumours. I don’t know what is true and what isn’t.
“I’ve wanted to disconnect from everything and when I have the chance to speak with my agent, we’ll see.
“I’m not ruling out any team. Out of respect to everyone who is interested in me, I’m not going to say anything. You have to respect them all.”
However, Olmo did expand on what he is looking for from any prospective club, as he returns from Spain’s victorious U21 Euros tournament, in which he was named in the Team of the Tournament.
He explained: “It was a great Euro campaign on a collective level but everyone has played really well. On a personal level too. I’m very happy with what I did for the team and I think it’s a sign of what’s to come in a great season.
“What we’re looking for is a sporting project which is ready. Similar to what Dinamo offers because, right now, what I need to do is play. I’m young and I think I could give a lot more now and in the future.”