Real Madrid’s Martin Odegaard makes a firm resolve to reveal Arsenal’s transfer strategy.
Arsenal is still interested in signing Martin Odegaard of Real Madrid.
According to rumours, Real Madrid will only sign Martin Odegaard on a permanent basis this summer. After a loan stay at the team last season, Arsenal remained interested in Odegaard. Mikel Arteta stated in May that if at all possible, he wants to bring the Norwegian back to the club.
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Odegaard was expected to remain at Real and compete for a starting spot under Carlo Ancelotti.
Earlier in the transfer window, the 22-year-old stated as much.
However, in recent weeks, there has been renewed concern over his future.
Real would let Odegaard to leave, according to Spanish football journalist Lucas Navarrette.
Arsenal, on the other hand, now knows that Real will not allow another loan for the midfielder, who is in the final two years of his deal.
“Real Madrid will not entertain another loan deal for Odegaard if he decides to leave the club in quest of a starting role,” Navarrette tweeted.
“His contract will end in 2023, and his value will plummet by that time.
“Arsenal are interested in Odegaard but have yet to make a bid for him.”
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Real would seek between £33.8 million (€40 million) and £42.2 million (€50 million) for Odegaard, according to Navarrette.
The player, on the other hand, has yet to make a definitive choice about his future.
“It would cost Arsenal roughly €40 million or €50 million to sign Odegaard,” Navarrette stated. The player hasn’t made up his mind regarding his future, but he is seriously considering leaving Real Madrid.
“He is pessimistic about his playing time and is eager to get going.
“Real Madrid would like to see Odegaard compete for minutes, but he believes he is now in the rotation behind [Toni] Kroos, [Luka] Modric, [Federico] Valverde, and Isco.
“Even though he had completed the entire preseason and neither Kroos nor Valverde were available, he came off the bench against Milan.”
This summer, Arsenal manager Arteta has made it obvious that he wants to reinforce his attacking midfield.
James Maddison of Leicester is also a big target, but he would cost more than Odegaard.
Leicester are looking for at least £60 million. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”