Arsenal have opened transfer talks with Real Madrid midfielder

Arsenal have recently opened their talks with Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odegaard on a loan deal with option to buy the youngster for permanent deal.

According to Goal, The Gunners open talks with Real Madrid’s youngster Martin Odegaard on loan deal this January.

Arsenal manager says that the priority of their January plan is to make some moves regarding incoming and outgoing players.

The Gunners have been busy in the transfer market this season by selling their midfield legend Mesut Ozil and defender Sokratis recently.

Sead Kolasinac and William Saliba have been recently loaned out to make sure that their team new incomers will have a new platform.

Arsenal are now have their eyes set on bringing Marin Odegaard to the Emirates on a loan deal this January transfer to strengthen their attacking options.

In a recent interview their boss Mikel Arteta said:

“We are in that process right now, We have done the first part, more or less, and we are focusing now on the second phase.

“Obviously this market and the context makes it difficult, but we are looking at options and we will see what we can do.” – Mikel Arteta (via Goal)

Martin Odegaard was signed by Real Madrid when the Norwegian midfielder was only 16 years old. But now he has been developed very well during his last year’s loan spell with Real Sociedad.

Despite of being physically little weak – the youngster is entertaining, quick footed, dribble balanced, pace and an excellent shooting power.

Signing Martin Odegaard can be like a sparkling addition to any team that gets the best out of the Norwegian attacker midfielder.

Arsenal have had an embarrassing start to the 2020/2021 Premier League season, but now have won their last 4 games in a row to bring them back into the top 4 battle this season.

The addition of Martin Odegaard to the long term squad could indirectly be the perfect long term replacement for their German attacking midfield legend Mesut Ozil.

Do you think The Gunners should go all out for Martin Odegaard this January?