Pep Guardiola said of Arsenal’s star player, “He’s too good to be playing for a small club like Arsenal. I’ve never seen a player with his level of confidence. He should come to City and win many trophies.” Not Saka, Trossard, or Declan Rice.
Gary Neville said that Martin Odegaard, a playmaker for Arsenal, would be a good addition to Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City team.
The Sky Sports commentator said that Martin Odegaard, an attacking midfielder for Arsenal, is so good that Pep Guardiola, the boss of Manchester City, would sign him if he had the chance.
After seeing Odegaard play for Arsenal against Everton, the former Manchester United back said those things about him.
Martin Odegaard, who is a star at Arsenal, is good enough for Manchester City.
On Sunday, the Gunners beat the Toffees away at Goodison Park by a score of 1-0 in the Premier League.
Neville said on his show, “I am not saying Odegaard is as good as David Silva or Kevin De Bruyne. I think he still has a ways to go in his career, but when I watch him play now, it is so smooth and silky.
“I always knew he was a good player, but now we’re talking about something very different from just being good. This is top-notch.”
The Sky Sports commentator added, “If you told Pep Guardiola to take one player from this Arsenal team, I think he would do it in an instant.”
Martin Odegaard will continue to work at Arsenal.
We don’t think that Martin Odegaard will be leaving Arsenal any time soon.
90min says that Arsenal and the 24-year-old former Real Madrid player are close to making a new deal.
Odegaard didn’t have the best time at Madrid, but now that Mikel Arteta is his boss at Arsenal, he is doing very well.
The Norwegian is one of the best players in the Premier League who can set up plays for other players.
He is only 24 years old.
Odegaard is still young, so his best years are still to come.
The attacking player for Arsenal is very good with the ball, and he also works hard when he doesn’t have it.
Odegaard knows how to choose a path and has good eyesight.
So far in his career, the attacking player has played 92 times in the Premier League.
In those games, the 24-year-old Norwegian has scored 25 goals and set up 13 more.
This season, Arsenal wants to win the Premier League title and also wants to do well in the UEFA Champions League.