AC Milan's pursuit for Dani Olmo seems to have gotten complicated over the past few days as the player's agents have asked for additional bonuses in addition to the seemingly agreed upon 20 million euro fee as reported by Sportske Novosti. Dinamo Zagreb were supposed to receive about 25 million including bonuses from Milan but the player's agents want an additional 7 million in commissions for the move. Alongside the additional commission, the agent's want a 3 million signing fee as well as a wage of 2.5 million per year and a 10% fee on a future sale. Apparently, Milan's management have not taken well to the request and the transfer move is now up in the air.
Milan have stopped the Dani Olmo deal due to his agents high commission demands+wanting for a resale percentage. The ball is now in Olmo’s side. The player & his family have to settle the matter with his repshttps://t.co/y4mQQ2sQEw— Milan Eye (@MilanEye) January 18, 2020
Gianluca di Marzio is reporting that the move is being put on hold as a result. There is some disparity on reports of the agreed upon fees between the clubs with some outlets reporting a €20 million + bonuses deal while others reporting a €25 million + bonuses deal. The ball seems to be in the court of the player and his father as they need to decide what their priority is from a potential move away as they are keen not to renew with the Croatian outfit. The Spain U21 international's agent Andy Bara also made a comment via MilanNews.it stating that he could not hold up the transfer if the player approves of the move.