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Real Madrid have reportedly labelled Martin Odegaard an “untouchable” amid permanent transfer links with Arsenal.
The Norwegian midfielder made a loan move to north London this January and is expected to return to the Spanish capital this summer. However, the Gunners have numerously linked with a permanent move for Odegaard.
But according to Marca, Arsenal have been dealt a fresh setback, and perhaps maybe even a decisive one with the midfielder listed as one of Real Madrid’s ”untouchables” ahead of this summer.
It’s reported that Odegaard along with Rodrygo, Ferland Mendy and Fede Valverde are the players Los Blancos won’t consider selling and the four stars who will become the core of the club’s strategy in the coming years.
The 22-year-old has made 13 apperanaces and netted twice for Mikel Arteta’s side since his January move.