The savage Martin Odegaard decision by Real Madrid could determine the fate of Arsenal’s transfer chase.
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Real Madrid has delivered Martin Odegaard a clear message by limiting his pre-season game time. The Norwegian has been handed fewer minutes than even peripheral individuals like as Isco, opening the door for Arsenal to rush in and sign him on a permanent basis.
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According to HITC, Odegaard spent the second half of last season on loan at the Emirates, a period during which both the player and the club liked working together.
Because the transfer was only temporary, the 22-year-old was essentially hired as a bandage for the bigger wound that was Mesut Ozil’s departure.
For years, the German had been Arsenal’s creative spark, and since his departure under Mikel Arteta, the Gunners have battled to maintain fluidity in attack.
The void in Arsenal’s midfield has resurfaced this summer, with Odegaard returning to Madrid at the end of his loan stay.
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Last season, the teenager put in some great performances without lighting up the Premier League, but it was apparently enough to persuade Arsenal to make the move permanent.
According to AS, Odegaard’s deal-breaker is his desire to be a key member of any squad he plays for next season.
This does not appear to be the case at the Bernabeu, based on his pre-season campaign with Los Blancos.
Odegaard was given only 30 minutes against AC Milan, and has played less in the last two games than Isco, who did not score a single goal last season.
As a result, Arsenal now has a significant advantage in that they will be able to meet the playmaker’s demand to be a key component of the squad for the upcoming season.
In light of this, the article claims that Arteta is doing “everything imaginable” to complete the transaction.
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