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Arsenal will pay Real Madrid two million euros for having Odegaard on loan until the end of the season, according to The Times. The British newspaper reveals that the operation should become official this Monday and that it will have a total cost of three million euros, because in addition to those two million for the transfer fee, will pay the million euros that is half of the player’s net salary.
The Times says that it was Arsenal manager Arteta who moved quickly to secure the player. He telephoned him directly to assure him that he will have minutes in his project, between now and the end of the season, and that was decisive for the Norwegian player not even considering returning to Real Sociedad, where he showed his best version in the first half of the past season. In addition, Real Madrid is more suited to the offer of Arsenal, which is worth a simple assignment up to (for which it will pay two million). La Real, on the other hand, wanted an option to buy on the player.
The Times reports that Arsenal hope to turn their fortunes around with mid-season operations. “He has not had much success with the signings in that window of the market. Denis Suárez did not start in any of his four league games after the midfielder left Barcelona two years ago. Kim Kallstrom started just one of his three league games after the midfielder’s temporary move in January 2014. Cedric Soares did not play at all after his move this time last season, but the deal ensured that Arsenal would sign him. in a permanent transfer in July.”
Now Odegaard has a new option to shine in Europe and Madrid remains in the middle frame.
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