Martin Odegaard has been on top form since he arrived at Arsenal from Real Madrid on loan in the January transfer window. His exploits on the field have made him be a regular for the side in the starting lineup.
Mikel Arteta has disclosed in past press conferences that the 22-year-old Norwegian is happy at North London based club and plans are underway to make him perform and develop.
"Our contract with him is until the end of the season. What we have to do is try to make him perform, develop and be as happy as he can be." He said as quoted by Mirror Sports.
There are at least 4 players who Arteta may sell in the summer transfer window who can finance the transfer fee that Real Madrid might require for Odegaard.
The Hale End Academy product has sparkled in a tricky campaign at Emirates Stadium. Express Sports reports that there has been rumbling at the club about him being potentially sold to balance the books.
The Gabonese forward has had a dwindling form this season. The top earner at Arsenal being sold will be good for the club as many football pundits are predicting his current situation may end up like that of Mesut Ozil.
The club's record fee signing has had a rough patch in the Premier League. He has managed just 5 goals this current campaign and Arsenal getting him out of their books will be a better deal.
The Spanish international has been scouted many times by his childhood club, FC Barcelona. It will be good to let him off after a series of good performances were witnessed from Calum Chambers.
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