Arsenal lost their opener match against the newly promoted Brentford and the match did not just see the gunners losing but terribly losing and scoring no goal in the game. Arsenal had to rush to the market to sign one of the best players to cement their squad for a new season. The gunners came under much criticism from the fans who claimed that the club did not use the summer signing season appropriately and might end up having a very tough season ahead after losing their opener match. However, Arsenal seems to be redeeming themselves from their own wars after making the signing of their last season's loanee, Martin Odegard. Odegard who was initially a Real Madrid attacking midfielder has signed for the club for the club on a permanent basis.
Arsenal fans seems to be excited by the news of the completion of the signing and has sent their responses to the club's page. Arsenal fans has termed the signing as a good move for the club but requested more signings from the club's administration. Here are some of the responses from the Gunners fans.
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