Arsenal fans believe Martin Odegaard is signing permanently after latest transfer update
Some Arsenal supporters are growing confident that Martin Odegaard could be joining the club on a permanent transfer.
AS report that the Gunners are set to offer Real Madrid a sizeable deal to begin negotiations for the 22-year-old. Odegaard joined Arsenal last January on loan, making 20 appearances in all competitions.
Mikel Arteta is reportedly eager to sign a creative midfielder this summer. Fabrizio Romano recently reported that Emi Buendia is another player Arsenal are considering in the transfer window. Norwich City value the Argentine star at £40m according to the Daily Mail.
Odegaard impressed during his short stint with Arsenal, and supporters on social media are keen for the youngster to return to the club for good. The Norwegian international scored two goals and assisted a further two in all competitions.
Here’s what some Arsenal fans had to say on Twitter about the latest update on Odegaard…
Good young player with a high ceiling who can still be molded into the player we need 👍— Tazer (@Tazer_720) May 26, 2021
I agree he currently lacks the dynamism etc. we want from our AM but at just 22 he's got plenty of time to start adding G/A to his game. His football IQ is off the charts, take a bet on him.
Good news, great player. Would love to see him here next season. Just don’t overspend— V (@viorel433) May 26, 2021
Elite plaayer— Feven🌍 (@Feven_Official) May 26, 2021
Good . I think he would be a great addition— Anthony O'Brien (@AntzOB) May 26, 2021
Yesssss— AH 🇵🇸 (@afc_ah) May 26, 2021
Odegaard could be an expensive transfer for Arsenal this summer. The Norwegian international has a Transfermarkt valuation of £36m.
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