Arsenal are looking forward to challenging for a Premier League title this season. Especially after winning seven matches so far and picked one defeat against United this season and are top of the Premier League table with 21 points.
Meanwhile Gunners signed Martin Odegaard previously from a well playing Los Blancos side on temporary basis in 2021. The Norwegian international proved himself to be a very important player for Arteta as he later made his move permanent.
And now his the club captain in huge step in his career and the Liverpool manager admits he previously wanted. To sign the 23 year-old midfielder especially when he was as BVB gaffer.
According to Sunsport report Klopp, "I really like him. It's easy this days. It was a bit more difficult at the start of his career when he was at Real Madrid. Then it looked like it might not go his way.
I was really disappointed by that because, we wanted him in Dortmund when he was very young. "Said Klopp as Arsenal then prepares to face tough Liverpool side in this weekend Premier League encounter.
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