Mikel Arteta's side Arsenal FC signed 22-year old Norwegian attacker on a short-term basis in January, but, the North Londoners are reportedly considering to secure him on a long-term basis in summer.
However, Arsenal have been given the chance to sign Martin Øodegard on a long-term basis, if they can trigger €60million that was demanded by Real Madrid.
Arsenal told to pay €60million for 22-year old Real Madrid playmaker, according to reports.
Martin Øodegard plays mainly as an attacking midfielder, but could be deploy as a right winger and left winger, and he is currently valued at €40million according to transfermrkt.
If Arsenal could sign Martin on a long-term basis, he would be a perfect replacement for Mesut Ozil who left Emirates Stadium in January, moreover, Martin Øodegard's loan spell at Emirates Stadium is expected to terminate in June.
In your opinion, do you think Arsenal should trigger the €60million demanded by Real Madrid.
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