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Gary Neville believes Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard would be a terrific addition to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City.
According to Sky Sports, Arsenal attacking midfielder Martin Odegaard is so good that Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola would recruit him if given the opportunity.
After watching Odegaard play for Arsenal against Everton, the former Manchester United defender made the remarks about him.
Martin Odegaard of Arsenal is good enough for Manchester City.
On Sunday, the Gunners defeated the Toffees 1-0 at Goodison Park in the Premier League.
“Odegaard, I am not saying he is as good as David Silva or Kevin De Bruyne, I think he has a bit to go in his career, but he is getting to a point now by where I watch him play, it is so smooth, it is so silky,” Neville remarked on his podcast.
“I knew he was always a talented player, but we’re now talking about something much more than that.” This is true elegance.”
‘Pep Guardiola, I think if you said take one player out of this Arsenal team, I think he would take him in an absolute heartbeat,’ the Sky Sports commentator continued.
Martin Odegaard will remain at Arsenal.
Martin Odegaard will not be leaving Arsenal anytime soon, in our opinion.
According to 90min, Arsenal are close to settling on a new contract with the 24-year-old former Real Madrid star.
Odegaard did not have the greatest of days at Real Madrid, but he is flourishing under Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta.
The Norwegian international is one of the Premier League’s greatest playmakers.
And he’s only 24.
Odegaard is still young, and his finest years are yet ahead of him.
The Arsenal offensive midfielder is entertaining to watch both on and off the ball.
Odegaard has excellent vision and knows how to pick a pass.
The offensive midfielder has made 92 Premier League matches in his career.
In those games, the 24-year-old Norwegian has 25 goals and 13 assists.
Arsenal will be looking to win the Premier League this season, as well as make an impact in the UEFA Champions League.