Real Madrid midfielder considers moving to Arsenal before end of the summer

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Martin Odegaard is considering returning to Arsenal, according to claims made by MadridistaReal.

Odegaard signed for Arsenal on a six-month loan in January, having failed to establish himself under Zinedine Zidane.

The Norwegian showed glimpses of quality in a struggling Gunners side before returning to Real Madrid.

The assumption was that Odegaard would compete for minutes in Carlo Ancelotti’s squad this coming campaign.

However, that may not be the case, with MadridistaReal reporting the player has left the door open to a return to Arsenal.

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Martin Odegaard is being linked with a return to Arsenal

The tweet claims that neither Odegaard or his entourage have ruled out the possibility of leaving Real Madrid.

MadridistaReal’s belief is that he is considering returning to Arsenal before the end of the transfer window.

That would more plausibly be on loan, rather than on a permanent deal, which would be complex to pull off.

Arsenal already loaned Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid for two seasons, so getting Odegaard for another is not beyond the realms of possibility.

It doesn’t appear as though he’s made a definitive decision on his future just yet, so let’s wait and see how things pan out.

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  1. Please instead of loan let’s focus on Joe Willock than bringing Martin Odegarde back on loan Joe Willock is going to be an asset let’s look at it this way two played in the premiership with different clubs but Joe Willock excel more than Odegarde with a lesser club than Arsenal he scored against most of the big clubs what again do someone achieve in going to loan what expriment do Arteta need please let him give Joe Willock his squad number and allow him to express himself that is why we are always talking about Arsene Wenger he will not waist time in naming him in the team even if it did not work immediately he will still give another chance by so doing he will get the best out of him good a thing Arteta played under Arsene Wenger he might have learned something from him I rest my case

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