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newsfootball2 months ago

Arsenal sign Martin Ødegaard from Real Madrid for reported £30 million fee

After weeks of speculation, Arsenal have confirmed that they have signed Martin Ødegaard for a reported fee of around 30 million from Real Madrid. The Norwegian international spent six months on loan in North London towards the end of last season, making 20 appearances across all competitions.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Reports | Arsenal closing in on Martin Ødegaard move in deal worth £34 million

According to the Guardian, Arsenal is set to close a deal for Martin Ødegaard from Real Madrid for an estimated fee of around £34m with the Norwegian international penning a five-year deal. The North Londoners are also looking to reopen talks with Sheffield United for goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
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newsfootball2 months ago

Reports | Real Madrid open to selling Martin Ødegaard for €40 million amidst Arsenal interest

According to Goal, Real Madrid are reportedly open to selling Martin Ødegaard for a €40 million fee this summer amidst interest from England, Italy and even Germany for the Norwegian. The 22-year-old has struggled to play regularly for the La Liga giants with only 11 first-team appearances.
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newsfootball3 months ago

Reports | Real Madrid willing to let Martin Ødegaard leave for €50 million this summer

According to ESPN, Real Madrid are open to letting Martin Ødegaard leave the club but only if the Norwegian wants to and if they get a fee of at least €50 million from his suitors. The 22-year-old spent six months on loan with Arsenal last season and has been linked with a move back to England.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Reports | Arsenal tracking Sevilla’s Jules Kounde and Bayer Leverkusen’s Edmond Tapsoba

According to the Athletic, Arsenal are looking to bring in defensive reinforcements this summer with moves for both Jules Kounde and Edmond Tapsoba. The Gunners are looking to improve their team following a poor 2020/21 season especially with the club finishing outside a European place.
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newsfootball5 months ago

Reports | Arsenal looking at Emiliano Buendia as potential alternative to Martin Odegaard

According to Goal, Arsenal are considering a move for Emiliano Buendia as they look at alternatives to Martin Odegaard, who is set to go back to Real Madrid. The Gunners have been long term admirers of the Norwich City playmaker as they look to strengthen the squad and add creativity to their ranks.
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newsfootball9 months ago

There are conversations about transfers going on at moment, admits Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta has admitted that Arsenal could make possible moves, both outgoings and incomings, before the January transfer window slams shut on the 1st of February. The Gunners have signed two players so far in the January window while letting five players leave on permanent or short-term moves.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Arsenal sign Real Madrid youngster Martin Odegaard for remainder of 2020/21 season

After weeks of speculation, Arsenal have confirmed that they have signed Real Madrid’s Martin Odegaard on a six-month loan spell with no option to make the move permanent. The 22-year-old struggled for minutes with the Los Blancos in the first half of the season and asked to leave the club.
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newsfootball9 months ago

Reports | Arsenal keen on signing Real Madrid’s Martin Odegaard on loan in January

According to Sky Sports and the Athletic, Arsenal have made an approach to sign Martin Odegaard in the January transfer window with the young attacker looking for first-team football. The Norwegian has struggled to feature regularly for Zinedine Zidane’s team this season with just nine appearances.
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featurefootball2 years ago

Football needs to take better care of their young’uns or risk losing their future

Lionel Messi winning his sixth Ballon d’Or, Cristiano Ronaldo’s agent claiming that he should have more Ballon d’Ors, football creating another trophy for young'uns and the Premier League adding the Hall of Fame, has meant that the world’s adulation with awards and trophies has reached its pinnacle.
Siddhant Lazar