Sport Mercato Real: Odegaard signs for Arsenal
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It's signed. is leaving him and will wear Arsenal's colors until the end of the season on loan. The information was made official on Wednesday by the two clubs. If the Spanish institution was very brief, one sentence, its Premier League counterpart issued a fairly comprehensive statement. Edu, the technical director of the Gunners, speaks of “exceptional talent” and of “
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This crack of Real wants a change of tune
© Supplied by Sports.fr Real has however recorded some loan returns including that of Martin Odegaard. Having had just seven Liga appearances since the start of the season, the Denmark international does not appear to fit into the plans of Zinedine Zidane . Aware of his situation, Martin Ødegaard would have asked his management for a release voucher in January, according to the sports daily Marca Gallery: Real Madrid: the 11 type of the last ten years (Onze Mondial) .
exciting offensive player”. Coach Mikel Arteta assures him that the 22-year-old Norwegian international will prove his worth. We hope so for him.
???? Welcome to The Arsenal, Martin Odegaard! ????????- Arsenal (@Arsenal)? Ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw Beyond these agreed and diplomatic remarks, Martin Odegaard has a good card to play, precisely because he should find playing time worthy of the name, in the middle of the Lacazettes , Aubameyang and company. What he's never had since joining Real six years ago. Loaned successively to Heerenveen, Vitesse Arnhem and last season to Real Sociedad, Martin Odegaard will carry number 11 with Arsenal. The loan was estimated at 2.5 million euros, salary included.
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