Ancelotti gives the green light for Odegaard: the Norwegian leaves Real and goes to Arsenal

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Ancelotti gives the green light for Odegaard: the Norwegian leaves Real and goes to Arsenal

The negotiations for the sale of the player are at a very advanced stage and the deal could be imminent.

Carlo Ancelotti cut Martin Odegaard. The 22-year-old, as reported by AS, will be the next player to leave Real Madrid to head to England, towards North London, gunners side, where he was already on loan last year. The negotiations for the sale of the player are at a very advanced stage and the deal could be imminent.

WANTS – There are all the prerequisites and the interest for the negotiation to be concluded in a very short time. Both sides are pushing to speed up the operation. Real want to thin out the squad. Arsenal need a graft capable of raising the quality of the gunners, who came out very badly from their league debut. The track leading to London is so hot that Odegaard has not even trained with the rest of his teammates on the Valdebebas field in order to avoid any risk. The boy remained at the Ciudad Deportiva, where he limited himself to running on the sidelines. Very clear signal: it is better to avoid any problem that could cause the negotiation to jump to the photo finish.

EXIT – An exit that was not planned by the club, but that is not too surprising. The boy has always expressed the desire to play at the Bernabeu, but his wishes have clashed with a very complicated reality. Zidane didn’t even consider him a must-have in the squad. Ancelotti studied the situation and then gave the go-ahead for the sale. After all, the boy, in the hierarchy of the technician, arrives behind Isco for whom Real is looking, up to now in vain, for a buyer.

LONDON – London, in this sense, appears to be the ideal accommodation. The boy is one of Arteta’s proteges who has remained on his trail throughout the summer, hoping that the market would offer an opportunity that was also due to Kroos’ injury that put Isco back on track. The Malaga man was Real’s priority transfer this season, but his good preseason and lack of offers for him made it impossible to find him accommodation. This situation, taking into account Odegaard’s excellent references in England, triggered a sale that had not entered the management’s plans at the beginning of the summer.

August 18, 2021 (change August 17, 2021 | 22:37)