Pep Guardiola states that he would be very happy to sign Martin Odegaard

Guardiola statemant about signing Arsenal captain

by Sededin Dedovic
Pep Guardiola states that he would be very happy to sign Martin Odegaard
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Pep Guardiola is considered by many to be the best coach today, who knows how to strike a chord with a player and turn an average player into a mega star. Everyone who follows the work of this experienced sleeper is aware that he rarely makes mistakes when buying players.

As for the young players, everyone wants to play with him in the team in order to develop as well as possible and of course to win cups because Guardiola is the right man for that. He touched Arsenal captain Odegaard who came to Arsenal as a very young man and had his own adventure in Spain.

Pep believes that Odegaard is probably one of the most promising players in the Premier League and would not mind working with him in the team. This caused a lot of comments from Gunners fans who understood from Pep's statement that he will want to buy Odegaard next winter transfer window.

‘He settled really good and he became a captain because on and off the pitch as well. He shows consistency playing a lot of games. ‘He suits perfectly the idea for Mikel from Arsenal. He’s a really, really good player.’ as quoted by

Odegaard announces his allegiance to Arsenal

Odegaard delighted Arsenal fans with his statement that he has settled in London and that this is his second home.

To the general amazement of the fans, he announced that he plans to spend his football career at Arsenal because he has found a new home there. Speaking about his decision to commit his future to Arsenal, the Gunners skipper said on Friday: ‘My story has been a bit different.

‘I moved when I was 16 and then changed teams here and there on loan, so for me it’s been a key thing to find a place where I could really settle down. ‘I’ve felt at home here since the first day; I just felt great. This is definitely my home, I’m so happy to be here and to sign a new deal.’

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