The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Barcelona, Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain are all understood to be keen on the wonderkid, but Real are set to refuse any advances from the elite quintet.
According to Spanish source Marca, the only club Real would be willing to offload the youngster to is Getafe.
The Liga BBVA side are situated in one of Madrid’s suburbs, and, as such, a move to Getafe would allow Odegaard to both establish himself in the top flight and continue to adapt to life in the Spanish capital.
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It remains to be seen, however, whether the attacking midfielder would be willing to move to Getafe—he has previously been linked to Celtic—and he may yet reject a move in January.
Getafe, for their part, are unlikely to turn their noses up at the chance to sign one of the hottest young talents in the world game.