Martin Ödegaard, who transferred to Real Madrid in 2015, made his debut with his team 5 years later
Martin Ödegaard, who was transferred by Real Madrid as the star of the future in 2015, made his first league match 5 years later. The capital team drew against Real Sociedad 0-0 in the first week of La Liga, while the Norwegian footballer found 69 minutes.
The day has come for Martin Ödegaard, who transferred to Real Madrid as the star of the future in 2015 but could not keep the rhythm he wanted in purple whites. The Norwegian footballer came out exactly 5 years after he was transferred to his first league match with Real Madrid. The 21-year-old football player remained on the field for 69 minutes in the match where his team drew with Real Sociedad 0-0.
Starting his career in Strömsgodset, he continued to come to Madrid in 2015 and has been loaned to Heerenveen, Vitesse and Real Sociedad respectively since the 2017/18 season. The management kept the player in the squad this year and decided to include Ödegaard in the squad.
“I FEEL GREAT”
Ödegaard said in a post-match statement, “I feel great, but we missed winning. I am not very happy because of this, but it is great to play for Real Madrid again.”
PLAYING IN THE NATIONAL TEAM ALSO
While playing for the Norwegian National Team, Ödegaard has sweated his country’s uniform 22 times for now.
Martin Ødegaard is a Norwegian national footballer who plays for Attacking Midfield. He plays in Arsenal, one of the Premier League teams on loan from Real Madrid. He made his debut at Strømsgodset on April 13, 2014. Thus, he became the youngest player to play in a game in Eliteserien.