According to reports from Cadena SER, further corroborated by Real Madridista magazine, Real Madrid and Norway playmaker Martin Ordegaad is reported to be keen for a return to the Emirates stadium this summer after spending a successful loan spell at the north London club in the 2020/21 campaign.
The 22 year old joined the Gunners last season during the January transfer window after struggling to get game time under then Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane, and since singing for a short loan contract with Arsenal, the Norwegian impressed by scoring two goals and providing two assists in 20 appearances for the club.
With Arsenal having only youngster Emile Smith Rowe as the creative midfielder in the squad, the returning of the Real Madrid midfielder could sound as a good news since the star could be giving Mikel Arteta an option when selecting his first eleven.
Arsenal have been searching for a creative midfielder since the beginning of the summer transfer window where players like Hussein Aouar, James Madison and Jack Greleash were link with the Gunners, but we will have to wait until August 31 to see whom the club will have decided to sign.
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