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A fortune, the contract they will give Ødegaard not to go to Paris Saint-Germain

By Liam Styles

A fortune, the contract they will give Ødegaard not to go to Paris Saint-Germain

Arsenal want to keep hold of the Norwegian before the Parisians can make him an offer he cannot refuse.

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Arsenal want to find some peace of mind after their failure to win the Premier Lea

gue only to lose it to Manchester City. Mikel Arteta's team were not fortunate enough to hold off Josep Guardiola's men, but the UEFA Champions League trophy cabinet will be reward enough for now.


And they are already looking to retain their most important players for the season. Some may find it easier because of their affection for the club, but others will listen to offers from top teams who can pay several hundred million euros for their services. Something that could worry the Gunners fans, who have not had such a successful season in recent years.

One of these players is Martin Ødegaard, a 24 year old Norwegian who was a key player for the Londoners, having great performances and influencing the team's positive results. At the time rejected by Real Madrid, he has had stability in his career and is looking to continue with Arsenal, but it seems that he would not be rejecting offers.

One of these teams that could tempt him is Paris Saint-Germain. The French side are looking for talents who can fit in with the most powerful trio in Europe such as Kylian Mbappe, Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr., who has also been tempted to join Manchester United in the English Premier League for a considerable transfer fee.

How will Arsenal retain Martin Ødegaard?

Reporters from the likes of Fabrizio Romano have indicated that Martin Ødegaard and Arsenal are already in talks to renew his contract, and will offer him double his salary for several more seasons with the Gunners. However, this is not assured as PSG's financial power is significant and, if they wish, they will be able to overcome the offer without any setbacks.

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