Chelsea signed a couple of attackers in the last summer transfer window, notably Hakim Ziyech, Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, however, the Blues seems to be interested in signing a new attacker in the coming summer transfer window, as they have been linked with a move for some quality attackers lately.
Chelsea have shown interest in Real Madrid's player who is currently on loan, a report claims.
According to reports, Chelsea eye summer move for young talented Real Madrid player.
The Real Madrid youngster has been at Santiago Bernabéu since 2015, and he has failed to establish himself as a regular starter at the club, before he joined Arsenal on loan, and his short-term deal at Emirates Stadium is expected to terminate in June.
However, Arsenal are willing to secure the signature of the youngster permanently in summer, as revealed by report.
Therefore, Chelsea needs to step up their game to secure Martin Øodegard in summer.
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