Arsenal loanee Martin Odegaard will supposedly consider joining Liverpool in the mid year if the Reds steps forward with a proper offer.
The Norway player has gone through three months loan at the Emirates Stadium from Real Madrid, where he battled for quite a long time under Zinedine Zidane.
Madrid are believed to be prepared to cash in on Odegaard while his price is high, the 22-year-old having dazzled across his 14 appearances with Arsenal.
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Mikel Arteta has already hinted that the Gunners will try to sign the midfielder permanently, but Spanish outlet AS suggests that competition may be provided by Liverpool.
Odegaard previously described Liverpool as his “dream club” and is said to be keen to play for the reigning Premier League champions at some point.
Madrid are supposedly holding out for a bid of around £50m for the Stromsgodset academy product.