Dani Olmo, 23, took an awkward road to his career, after having spent time in Barcelona’s famed La Masia academy, he moved to the unlikely destination of Croatia in 2014 and spent six seasons with Dinamo Zagreb before signing with RB Leipzig, one of the Bundesliga’s biggest up and coming teams.

After only 1 full season with RB Leipzig, it looks like Jesse Marsch, who has had a rough start to his new job with 3 losses after 4 games, may be out one of his best players as Dani Olmo has garnered interest from some of the most powerful clubs in Europe.

According to reports from the Daily Mail in England Olmo is on the radar of one team in Serie A, one team in Germany, one team in England, and one in Spain. Here are the massive clubs that want Dani Olmo.

Bayern Munich

Daniel Olmo (Getty)

Olmo to Bayern Munich makes the most sense given that Bayern has seen the most from Olmo, especially considering that RB Leipzig was hot on their trail last season for the championship. Olmo can certainly fit into the Bayern system.

Barcelona

Dani Olmo #19 of Team Spain makes a pass during the Men's Gold Medal Match between Brazil and Spain  (Getty)

Barcelona is in rebuild mode and Olmo would be a very good signing for the club. Having already spent time in the youth academy and playing himself on the Spanish national team, Olmo would help a Barcelona team in need of leadership.

Juventus

Dani Olmo of Spain scores their team's second penalty in a penalty shoot out during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Quarter-final (Getty)

Juventus is also trying to readjust themselves to life after Cristiano Ronaldo, Olmo would be an interesting addition to a team that has a very hardworking midfield. Olmo would link up well with McKennie, Ramsey, Arthur, and Bentancur.

Manchester United

Daniel Olmo of RB Leipzig controls the ball in a match between RB Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund (Getty)

This one looks a bit farfetched, Manchester United has a very stable midfield, but Olmo has proven he can play at the highest level, Olmo's $70 million price tag may be what keeps him out of Old Trafford for the time being.