Martin Odegaard could become Real Madrid’s youngest ever player this weekend if he is handed his first-team debut for the club by manager Carlo Ancelotti.
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The Spanish giants take on Getafe in their final game of the La Liga season, with little to play for as they now have no chance of catching rivals Barcelona to win the title.
Still, Real fans could get a glimpse of a very exciting future as Odegaard prepares to make an appearance, with the 16-year-old one of the most talked about young players in the world.
The Norwegian, already a full international, joined the club in January and has been playing for their youth team, but has now been included by Ancelotti for the squad to face Getafe, according to Sport.
It remains to be seen if he will end up making an appearance, but Real will likely shuffle their pack for this game and hope to provide their fans with some entertainment as their season draws to a close.