Carlo Ancelotti is ready to take Norway out of his first La Liga squad for the new season, Blancos is eager to get him out of his books
the aim. Real Madrid are set to sell Martin Odigard for 40 million euros (£ 34 million / مل 47 million) this summer, following confirmation of Volk’s permanent transfer to Newcastle. Arsenal are ready to speed up transfer talks.
Odigard initially signed for Real Madrid in 2015 at the age of 16 from Norwegian midfielder Stroms Goodset, but has since been limited to 11 first-team appearances for the club amid a debt crisis.
The playmaker’s latest move from Santiago Bernabeu saw him join Arsenal on a six-month deal in January, and he made a big impact at the Emirates Stadium, but his long-term future remains very much in the air before 2021. ۔ 22 campaigns
What is the situation
Audigard returned to Madrid in July to start the pre-season, with two years left on his contract with the Spanish giants, but he was not assured of a formal role in Carlo Ancelotti’s setup.
the aim. Considering that Blancos head coach will drop the 22-year-old from his team’s La Liga opener against Elvis on Saturday, the club is now ready to welcome any formal bid for Norway International.
Arsenal are still keen to sign Odigard on a regular basis, and there are likely to be funds to meet Real’s asking price after selling Newcastle to Villarreal.
When will Volk to Newcastle be done?
Volk is expected to sign a six-year deal with Newcastle on Friday. Arsenal will receive around £ 25 million (34 34 million) for the midfielder..
Arsenal lent Wilk to St. James Park for the second half of the 2020-21 season, and he scored eight goals in 14 games to help the Magpies avoid relegation, but Michael Arteta has decided to move to the UAE. I will not be involved in my future plans. Stadium.
Audigard’s record at Arsenal
Odigard quickly became a key figure in Artita’s line-up upon his arrival in the UAE, ending his loan spell at the club with 20 names.
Norway International also recorded two goals and two assists, but for the first time in 25 years, the Gunners were powerless to stop them from exiting the European qualifiers.