Sport young star Ödegaard changes on loan from Real to Arsenal
Real Madrid player asks to leave
Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard has asked to leave Real Madrid on loan by the end of the winter transfer window. © Supplied by Football 365 Martin odegaard, real Madrid Villarreal 21112020 Disappointed by his poor playing time since the start of the season, Martin Odegaard wants to leave Real Madrid by the end of January. This is what the daily Marca website reports.
The Norwegian soccer young star Martin Ödegaard changes on loan to Arsenal FC in the English Premier League.
The Norwegian soccer young star Martin Ödegaard changes on loan to Arsenal FC in the English Premier League. As the Gunners announced on Wednesday, the offensive player will come from Real Madrid until the end of the season. The 22-year-old has only appeared in the league seven times this season.
"It's great that we were able to retain Martin until the end of the season," said Arsenal team manager Mikel Arteta: "Martin is a player we all know very well and although he is still young he already has Played at the highest level for a while. With Martin, we get another high-quality offensive option. "
Ödegaard made his debut in the first division at Strömsgodset IF at the age of 15. In January 2015, Los Blancos signed the Norwegian international, who has so far failed to break through in Madrid. In recent years, Ödegaard has already collected match practice from SC Heerenveen, Vitesse Arnheim and Real Sociedad from San Sebastian via loan deals.
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