Dani Olmo

Discover everything you want to know about Dani Olmo: his current girlfriend or wife, his salary and his tattoos. Find out what house the Spanish attacking midfielder lives in and have a look at his cars!


BirthdateMay 7th, 1998
BirthplaceTerrassa, Spain
Length1.79 m (5 ft 10.5 in)
TeamRB Leipzig
Positionattacking midfielder
TraitsComposed Dribbler

Olmo Salary & Net Worth Revealed

Salary 2021

How much does he earn?

In January 2020 the attacking midfielder signed a contract with RB Leipzig that nets him a whopping salary of 1.2 Million Euro (1.0 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €3,288 (£2,740) per day and €137 (£114) per hour!

Per year€1,200,000£1,043,478
Per month€100,000£86,957
Per week€23,077£20,067
Per day€3,288£2,859
Per hour€137£119
Per minute€2£2

Since you've been viewing this page, Dani Olmo has earned...

This means the average man needs to work for at least ‭2.8 years to earn the same as Olmic earns in only 1 month.
Net Worth & Market Value

Net Worth:2 Million Euro (1.7 MIllion Pound)
Market Value:31.5 Million euro (27.6 Million Pound)
His net worth is estimated to be about 2 million Euros. The present-day market value of our boy is about 31.5 million Euros.

Love Life - Single, Girlfriend or Wife?

Dani Olmo - Single

There's no significant other in his life as far as we know. He's happy to be clutching his trophy for now.
Dani Olmo - Single

The question that Olmic wanted to ask, the question that was on everyone's mind is, "When will this lockdown end?". He was having a particularly hard timing during the 2020 Lock Down. Rough times.

Family - Get to know them

Brother - Carlos

Picture of Dani  Olmo Brother, called Carlos
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Carlos is a footballer too and plays as a defensive midfielder for Dinamo Zagreb's second team. It's cute how the dog that Olmic is holding doesn't want to face to face the camera.
Father - Miquel

Picture of Dani  Olmo Father, called Miquel
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Dad looks like he's in top shape. He used to be a footballer and is a manager now.

Olmo Tattoo - Does he have one?

Dani  Olmo tattoo, the Spanish  number 25 from Terrassa, Spain
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Him? A tattoo? You must be joking. He looks like he's just weaned off baby food.
Dani  Olmo tattoo, the Spanish  number 25 from Terrassa, Spain
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He's got other tricks up his sleeve, like juggling a football, to keep us entertained. He doesn't need ink.
Check out our Top 30 Crazy And Ugly Premier League Players Tattoos

House - Where does he live?

Location: Leipzig, Germany

House of the Spanish  number 25, located in Leipzig, Germany
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That couch looks like something that you'd never want to get out of. How does he manage to stay fit?
Location: Leipzig, Germany

House of the Spanish  number 25, located in Leipzig, Germany
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The workout area looks depressing, to be honest. The couch trumps the yoga mat. He's incredibly dedicated, we should say.

Olmo Car - What does he drive?

Picture of his    car
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He likes to be by himself when he's on a water body. Jet skis are his preferred choice when it comes down to it.

Picture of his    car
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This lad doesn't complain much when he wants to get somewhere. He doesn't mind the crowds and hops on public transport like a champ.

Player Bio

This Catalan is an appealing prospect who plays for RB Leipzig as an attacking midfielder. His attacking attributes allow him to play anywhere behind the striker, and he's an attractive buy for the Bundesliga club. This young man idolizes Lionel Messi, but what's beyond the realm of our understanding is his move away from La Masia as a teenager. He was with the FCB academy for seven years before he decided to move to Croatia, of all places. The prospect of playing alongside Messi was looming, albeit it had its caveats. But, it was still existent. The only logical conclusion that we can come to is he valued playing time, especially playing for a team on the pitch more than he valued his time spent at the academy. He joined Dinamo Zagreb when he was 16 in 2014. His first-team debut came roughly six months later. A productive six years later, he surprised the footballing world once again by engineering a move to the German first division. One thing's very clear about this player. He's an ambitious person, and takes his opportunities, because he would have never moved from Espanyol's academy to La Masia in 2007 as a 9-year-old if he weren't. The young man has played for Spain in the U16, U17, U18, and U21 levels. He has also represented La Furia Roja as a senior.

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