Arsenal sign Real's Odegaard on loan
27/01/2021 | sport | football | 738
Arsenal sign Real Madrid and Norway attacking midfielder Martin Odegaard on loan for the rest of the season.
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26/01/2021 11:31:10 13 21
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I can't believe the way we treated Ozil. The one genuinely world class player in the squad (until Tierney arrived)
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26/01/2021 11:41:58 5 4
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??
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26/01/2021 11:45:48 1 4
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Aubameyang?
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26/01/2021 11:58:43 4 2
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He was world class 1 in 5 games. the rest of the time he was practically a card board cut out especially against the big teams. How quickly people forget...
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26/01/2021 13:59:39 0 0
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Ozil seemed to end up with a lot of the blame for poor results, and that includes with Germany, but many of the other players were not intuitive or reactive enough to take opportunities he opened up for them. Total waste all round.
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26/01/2021 16:59:32 1 2
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Tierney world class?! Do me a favour.
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27/01/2021 12:48:21 2 1
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Ozil was everything that was wrong with the club. He thought he was doing us a favour by wearing the shirt. His legendary assists were always at home & against lower table opposition. Never turned up when it mattered. If he showed any less enthusiasm or moved less rigger mortis would have set in! He fooled a lot of people for a long time & it seems he still is but he never fooled me!
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27/01/2021 14:57:17 1 0
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He's never been world class and tierney isn't would class yet. Nowhere near. ??
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26/01/2021 11:31:52 106 19
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In the circumstances, this is the best move Arsenal could make at the moment. ESR is an emerging talent but must share the burden of responsibility and Odegaard is the right man. In the summer when more players have moved on Arsenal can then make an informed decision about a permanent deal of Odegaard or someone similar.
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26/01/2021 11:51:37 29 78
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If Ode performs well he stays at Madrid, this loan is a waste. Give ESR all the game time he needs, there's no guarantee how far Arsenal will make it in the EL. Arteta obviously sees the PL as a priority, see the team he put out against Southampton in the Cup. Beyond the first team the players that have come in haven't been up to pace already. If Arsenal go out of the EL early ESR is benched
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26/01/2021 11:57:47 4 20
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OSR is an all round better player. Odegard flatters to deceive, really slow in his build up play and it frustrates his team mates. Undoubtedly talented, but not in a fast break, attacking sense, like OSR. I agree, it would be a pointless and nullifying acquisition.
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26/01/2021 13:03:44 7 5
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Odegaard isn't good enough for Real Madrid. He might do well at Arsenal, but like Ceballos, he doesn't have what it takes to succeed at RM.
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26/01/2021 16:32:15 0 0
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There isn't a clause for a permanent deal at the end of the loan deal
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26/01/2021 11:33:09 2 18
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Another midfielder ? I would have thought a couple of strikers would have been priority! Arsenal for whatever reason seem obsessed with collecting midfield players !
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26/01/2021 11:36:52 8 3
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Do you actually follow arsenal at all?? 3 strikers auba, laca, Eddie - only 1 attacking mid - ESR

So no to all your questions/points
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26/01/2021 11:33:26 2 21
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COYS
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26/01/2021 11:44:38 18 2
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26/01/2021 11:34:05 4 8
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Seems similar to the Dani Ceballos loan signing - not convinced Ødegaard will turn around Arsenal's fortunes.
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26/01/2021 11:34:19 14 5
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Only seen youtube clips but is very reminisient of Ozil maybe a a bit quicker, but a good deal. Whether there's long term prospects of signing him we will have to see as Zindan could be going
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27/01/2021 18:13:36 1 0
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He’s nothing like ozil
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26/01/2021 11:34:57 0 2
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They’re definitely winning it all now.
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26/01/2021 11:35:31 102 20
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Was a wunderkind, not getting the game time. Seems a smart move.

Arsenal need a creative midfielder in order to get Auba & Lacazette firing.

Sharp business and will be fun to see him in the prem.
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26/01/2021 22:22:55 43 63
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Arsenal becoming the place where big clubs send their hot prospects to get game time in a competitive league. How the mighty have fallen.
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27/01/2021 17:14:11 0 2
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might as well get rid of the academy, deny game time to ESR who has with Saka turned the team around as shown by when they don't play, waste money on Pepe and wages for Willian instead of develop Nelson who before injuries stopped him did well on loan in Germany, sell off ESR, Saka, Maitland Niles, Nelson, Nketia and those on loan and just bring in more loanees who need game time
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26/01/2021 11:35:37 11 10
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Wenger out
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26/01/2021 11:45:31 1 2
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Lol
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27/01/2021 13:43:02 0 0
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Should be Wenger in
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26/01/2021 11:36:20 5 5
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This kid is gonna be the best in the world. I was his agent in norway. Trust me, ok x
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26/01/2021 12:39:29 2 8
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You probably think Radiohead are good too lol
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26/01/2021 11:33:09 2 18
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Another midfielder ? I would have thought a couple of strikers would have been priority! Arsenal for whatever reason seem obsessed with collecting midfield players !
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26/01/2021 11:36:52 8 3
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Do you actually follow arsenal at all?? 3 strikers auba, laca, Eddie - only 1 attacking mid - ESR

So no to all your questions/points
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26/01/2021 11:38:57 0 8
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COYS
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26/01/2021 11:53:19 1 3
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No I don’t thank god ??
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26/01/2021 11:57:32 5 1
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Spot on. Who is this clown who says strikers are priority?? Don't forget martinelli
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26/01/2021 11:37:43 4 9
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Seems like the same old "young prodigy" "next Messi" type player, snapped up by one of the big boys, then to never to live up to the hype and bounce from team to team. Arsenal being next. Don't expect too much.....my guess is he'll be injured for the majority of his loan.
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26/01/2021 11:38:22 4 7
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With no option to buy, Arsenal are just doing Madrid's donkey work for them. Either he comes good and finds himself back in the RM first XI next year, or he flops and gets shipped out
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26/01/2021 11:59:01 11 7
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well yes, that's the point of a loan deal. Congrats for understanding that.
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26/01/2021 11:59:07 4 1
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agree but I still don't mind. at least there's a bit more cover in that position and hoping it will spur on ESR even further.
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26/01/2021 11:38:27 6 4
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I remember when he first signed for Madrid, and it was a real "remember the name" moment. I completely forgot about him for six years since then.
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26/01/2021 11:38:45 4 6
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Freddy Adu mark 2
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26/01/2021 11:56:14 6 5
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He has been player of the year at vitesse at 19, been the best player at sociedad for 2 years at 20 And 21 and you call him the next Freddy Adu? Lolllll
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26/01/2021 11:36:52 8 3
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Do you actually follow arsenal at all?? 3 strikers auba, laca, Eddie - only 1 attacking mid - ESR

So no to all your questions/points
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26/01/2021 11:38:57 0 8
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COYS
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Doesn’t surprise me that Arsenal would go for this charlatan. His far-left politics have already ostracised him from the Real Madrid squad and his anti-Western diatribes will only flourish under the kind of Marxist hierarchy (ironic, I know) that is in place in North London. Removed
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26/01/2021 11:45:14 12 1
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Farcical comment from a farcical person.
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26/01/2021 11:52:24 1 1
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Jock, do you follow, follow? Thought so.
Idiotic comment.
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26/01/2021 12:13:45 0 1
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Lotta big words used but not stitched together in the right context, nice try tho
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26/01/2021 12:21:02 0 1
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Have we signed Citizen Smith?
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26/01/2021 11:31:10 13 21
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I can't believe the way we treated Ozil. The one genuinely world class player in the squad (until Tierney arrived)
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26/01/2021 11:41:58 5 4
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??
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26/01/2021 11:43:07 19 7
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"Close" gets a comments thread?
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26/01/2021 14:29:52 13 4
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It's basically confirmed, and they'll update the article accordingly when it is.
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26/01/2021 17:25:28 2 0
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Saves us discussing soft free kicks, simulation, rule clarifications and other dodgy decisions.
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26/01/2021 11:33:26 2 21
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COYS
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26/01/2021 11:44:38 18 2
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FOYS
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26/01/2021 11:46:45 3 1
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Sorry Keith my apologies
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26/01/2021 11:44:52 0 15
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Do Real Madrid have a stake in the Woolwich. Whenever they want to save money they off load their garbage to them. The Woolwich are now like a government refuge collection contractor...
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26/01/2021 11:49:48 11 1
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Being a Spuds fan, can I ask we ever has your "eyes ever seen the glory" as your username suggests?
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26/01/2021 11:52:29 5 1
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Where is Bale dumped?
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26/01/2021 12:01:56 7 1
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are you salty because we got a decent player on loan and you got Golfeth Bale
Doesn’t surprise me that Arsenal would go for this charlatan. His far-left politics have already ostracised him from the Real Madrid squad and his anti-Western diatribes will only flourish under the kind of Marxist hierarchy (ironic, I know) that is in place in North London. Removed
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26/01/2021 11:45:14 12 1
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Farcical comment from a farcical person.
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26/01/2021 11:35:37 11 10
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Wenger out
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26/01/2021 11:45:31 1 2
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Lol
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26/01/2021 11:49:43 1 1
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?? I love funny comments they brighten up a cold miserable day thanks ??
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26/01/2021 11:31:10 13 21
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I can't believe the way we treated Ozil. The one genuinely world class player in the squad (until Tierney arrived)
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26/01/2021 11:45:48 1 4
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Aubameyang?
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26/01/2021 11:46:36 0 24
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Yes Arsenal, why don't you do that, buying failed players to weaken your failed team. Sounds like a plan. Will buy a season ticket when you start thinking with the appendage on top of your neck rather than your derriére.
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26/01/2021 12:02:22 0 1
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Are you suggesting they're thinking with their butt cheeks?
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26/01/2021 11:44:38 18 2
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FOYS
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26/01/2021 11:46:45 3 1
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Sorry Keith my apologies
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26/01/2021 11:48:31 5 10
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By bringing this fella in, will mean Smith-Rowe on the bench, an English talent who has been phenomenal in the games he’s played.
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26/01/2021 11:56:45 26 2
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Do you expect the immensely talented but young and injury prone Smith-Rowe to play every minute of every game for the rest of the season? As that is clearly ridiculous. Who else can play in his position? no-one. So a short term loan seems eminently sensible.
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26/01/2021 11:57:09 3 1
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yes I do worry for ESR but I'm hoping that this will give them both a bit of competition. Also if Odegaard does well, there's no way we'll keep him beyond this season anyway.
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26/01/2021 12:07:39 5 3
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He's done quite well. 'Phenomenal' is massively exaggerating.
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26/01/2021 11:45:31 1 2
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Lol
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26/01/2021 11:49:43 1 1
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?? I love funny comments they brighten up a cold miserable day thanks ??
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26/01/2021 11:44:52 0 15
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Do Real Madrid have a stake in the Woolwich. Whenever they want to save money they off load their garbage to them. The Woolwich are now like a government refuge collection contractor...
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26/01/2021 11:49:48 11 1
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Being a Spuds fan, can I ask we ever has your "eyes ever seen the glory" as your username suggests?
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26/01/2021 11:58:23 5 1
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well yes, George Graham won them a league cup in the late 90s and juande ramos again won this incredibly important trophy only about 12 years ago, so they're doing really well.
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26/01/2021 12:17:57 2 1
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I know its laughable isn't it? A spud fan would have to be close to 70 to remember their brief 'glory' years. 2 league cups in 30 years doesn't count.
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26/01/2021 11:50:31 1 13
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A poor man's Erling Håland.
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26/01/2021 11:55:13 20 1
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Huh? One is a striker, one is an attacking midfielder. But yeah i guess they are both norwegian and have dots over a letter in their surname. Great analysis there, then.
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26/01/2021 11:50:33 3 3
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It appears that yet again we may have signed a player who is currently injured?!...
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26/01/2021 11:50:55 2 13
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I do not have a clue what Arteta is doing! Long term strategy is to loan in players and buy flops like Willian, whilst shipping out loyal players like Ozil? Even wanted to get rid of AMN and Holding at one point.
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26/01/2021 11:54:48 7 2
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he doesn't have the funds right now to afford top end players though
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26/01/2021 12:06:08 3 1
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No club has any money and Arsenal are still reeling from the appalling recruitment and massive wages of the last 4-5 years. Was Ozil loyal or did he just stroll around collecting his enormous wages? Willian was a desperate free signing, hoping that he would put in a shift which has not happened. There are huge problems at the club and Arteta can only do some much under an owner who doesn't care
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26/01/2021 12:30:02 2 1
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Don't believe all that you read in the MSM.

We need to give Arteta time if we believe he is the right person. Look at OGS at ManUre. 3 seasons minimum, nothing to be gained by getting rid of him. Who's going to come in and improve things? Guardiola? Simeone? Get real.

Something's clearly wrong with Willian, that much is clear. There is definitely work to do for Arteta, but give him time...
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26/01/2021 11:51:04 2 20
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Oh dear Arsenal - mid table and only able
to afford loan deals. - how the sanctimonious football elite have fallen. ????
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26/01/2021 11:53:55 13 3
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bitter are we?
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26/01/2021 12:00:12 6 1
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... I mean I'd be bitter too if I had to support Stoke
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26/01/2021 12:01:15 3 2
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If they spent £200m in the summer and still been in mid table, then that would be a problem
Removed
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26/01/2021 11:51:23 4 6
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Remember when he was all the hype and then he faded into obscurity?

For what he cost he should be miles better by now. He's not a forgotten prodigy, people remember him, he just simply isn't very good outside of a mediocre league and will struggle even more in the Premier League.
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26/01/2021 11:59:20 6 2
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He only cost €3m to go to Madrid
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26/01/2021 12:00:36 7 4
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is this gareth bale we're talkin bout?
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26/01/2021 11:31:52 106 19
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In the circumstances, this is the best move Arsenal could make at the moment. ESR is an emerging talent but must share the burden of responsibility and Odegaard is the right man. In the summer when more players have moved on Arsenal can then make an informed decision about a permanent deal of Odegaard or someone similar.
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26/01/2021 11:51:37 29 78
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If Ode performs well he stays at Madrid, this loan is a waste. Give ESR all the game time he needs, there's no guarantee how far Arsenal will make it in the EL. Arteta obviously sees the PL as a priority, see the team he put out against Southampton in the Cup. Beyond the first team the players that have come in haven't been up to pace already. If Arsenal go out of the EL early ESR is benched
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26/01/2021 11:56:31 43 4
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ESR cannot play every single minute of every game.
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26/01/2021 15:39:26 23 2
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If he can keep Willian away from the first team if only for a few months then it’ll be a right result
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27/01/2021 12:47:13 3 1
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In other words, you don't understand football. We need cover and both he and ESR play other positions too. ESR has a record of injuries- youd rather replace him with Willian? And how about, 3rd possibility - he plays a blinder but loves it Arsenal and wants to stay so RM sell him to us. He was exceptional at sociedad - worst case it doenst work out and we move on. Wind your neck in.
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26/01/2021 11:51:54 52 21
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Arteta's transfers schedule seems to be going to plan, Ozil(still don't understand it) & the others out & now new players in...Odegaard is a brilliant move, maybe another midfielder & Arsenal will have improved while other clubs' are standing still??
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26/01/2021 12:17:52 50 84
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arsenal improved and other clubs standing still? when you say standing still you mean all the clubs in mid/lower positions because lets be honest you're no longer one of the big boys and haven't been for years
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26/01/2021 14:23:49 9 9
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Those 10 teams above Arsenal all standing still lol
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26/01/2021 14:29:13 11 9
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"Arsenal will have improved while other clubs' are standing still"

Arsenal are still 11th, right?
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26/01/2021 15:11:39 7 2
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If you don't understand the Ozil move, you haven't been keeping up
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26/01/2021 16:16:00 7 7
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Improved by doing a loan signing. That’s what mid table teams do. Get loans in
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27/01/2021 14:33:29 2 1
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It’s all relative and let’s face it Arsenal have a lot of improving to do to match the teams that are “standing still”
Doesn’t surprise me that Arsenal would go for this charlatan. His far-left politics have already ostracised him from the Real Madrid squad and his anti-Western diatribes will only flourish under the kind of Marxist hierarchy (ironic, I know) that is in place in North London. Removed
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26/01/2021 11:52:24 1 1
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Jock, do you follow, follow? Thought so.
Idiotic comment.
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26/01/2021 12:14:33 0 1
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Enjoy the league, you dhim x
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26/01/2021 11:44:52 0 15
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Do Real Madrid have a stake in the Woolwich. Whenever they want to save money they off load their garbage to them. The Woolwich are now like a government refuge collection contractor...
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26/01/2021 11:52:29 5 1
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Where is Bale dumped?
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26/01/2021 11:36:52 8 3
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Do you actually follow arsenal at all?? 3 strikers auba, laca, Eddie - only 1 attacking mid - ESR

So no to all your questions/points
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26/01/2021 11:53:19 1 3
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No I don’t thank god ??
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26/01/2021 16:21:12 1 0
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So why comment and flaunt your ignorance?
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26/01/2021 11:53:22 8 8
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Hopefully he is being brought in to replace Xhaka (somebody has to) and not ESR (If he is then Arteta needs to go now).
Arsenal have some great youngsters and could have a good team in the next season or two but they need to trust the youngsters and ditch the failures that are holding them back.
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26/01/2021 12:00:38 5 4
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unfortunately i doubt he's going to replace Xhaka. Different types of players. Looking like it'll be a battle between Odegaard and ESR.
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26/01/2021 12:02:52 7 3
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No he's not - completely different player to Xhaka - he'll play higher up the pitch on the right, middle & maybe even left. What's with all the Xhaka hate??? Wenger was no mug & he got him in. Emery liked him. Arteta likes him now. Apparently Pep at City admires him too. But I guess that means nothing. Sigh.
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26/01/2021 12:26:59 5 4
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I've been hearing that Arsenal have a great set of youngsters that only need a season or two for about 15 years now.
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26/01/2021 11:51:04 2 20
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Oh dear Arsenal - mid table and only able
to afford loan deals. - how the sanctimonious football elite have fallen. ????
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26/01/2021 11:53:55 13 3
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bitter are we?
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26/01/2021 11:54:24 3 17
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Emile Smith Rowe breaks into the team, looks sensational so what do you do?

Go & sign a hugely talented youngster from Real Madrid who plays in the same position on loan.

Of course you do. Why develop your own young players when you can develop Real Madrid's?
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26/01/2021 11:58:08 26 2
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ESR cannot play every single minute of every game.
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26/01/2021 12:02:02 4 2
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Because if we don't Smith Rowe plays every game, until he gets injured and is out until 2022 while Arsenal struggle on with no creativity in the middle of the pitch.
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26/01/2021 12:15:35 3 4
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Looks sensational??!! Looks quite good, but sensational is a little far fetched!!!
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26/01/2021 11:50:55 2 13
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I do not have a clue what Arteta is doing! Long term strategy is to loan in players and buy flops like Willian, whilst shipping out loyal players like Ozil? Even wanted to get rid of AMN and Holding at one point.
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26/01/2021 11:54:48 7 2
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he doesn't have the funds right now to afford top end players though
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26/01/2021 12:13:48 1 2
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If he has no funds and a glut of homegrown quality youngsters, then it doesn't take a brain surgeon to work out what to do. And, no don't burn them out, perm them with each other! Arsenal won't win anything this year and won't be relegated, what an opportunity! This is when it should pay off. But, nah, the spending obsession of the multimillionaire managers and owners won't be quenched.
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26/01/2021 11:50:31 1 13
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A poor man's Erling Håland.
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26/01/2021 11:55:13 20 1
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Huh? One is a striker, one is an attacking midfielder. But yeah i guess they are both norwegian and have dots over a letter in their surname. Great analysis there, then.
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26/01/2021 11:38:45 4 6
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Freddy Adu mark 2
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26/01/2021 11:56:14 6 5
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He has been player of the year at vitesse at 19, been the best player at sociedad for 2 years at 20 And 21 and you call him the next Freddy Adu? Lolllll
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26/01/2021 13:43:45 0 2
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And if Arsenal came up against Vitesse or Sociedad, you'd expect to win convincingly, yes?

Exactly, nothing teams....with no decent players.
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26/01/2021 11:51:37 29 78
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If Ode performs well he stays at Madrid, this loan is a waste. Give ESR all the game time he needs, there's no guarantee how far Arsenal will make it in the EL. Arteta obviously sees the PL as a priority, see the team he put out against Southampton in the Cup. Beyond the first team the players that have come in haven't been up to pace already. If Arsenal go out of the EL early ESR is benched
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26/01/2021 11:56:31 43 4
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ESR cannot play every single minute of every game.
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26/01/2021 11:48:31 5 10
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By bringing this fella in, will mean Smith-Rowe on the bench, an English talent who has been phenomenal in the games he’s played.
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26/01/2021 11:56:45 26 2
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Do you expect the immensely talented but young and injury prone Smith-Rowe to play every minute of every game for the rest of the season? As that is clearly ridiculous. Who else can play in his position? no-one. So a short term loan seems eminently sensible.
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26/01/2021 11:48:31 5 10
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By bringing this fella in, will mean Smith-Rowe on the bench, an English talent who has been phenomenal in the games he’s played.
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26/01/2021 11:57:09 3 1
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yes I do worry for ESR but I'm hoping that this will give them both a bit of competition. Also if Odegaard does well, there's no way we'll keep him beyond this season anyway.
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26/01/2021 11:36:52 8 3
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Do you actually follow arsenal at all?? 3 strikers auba, laca, Eddie - only 1 attacking mid - ESR

So no to all your questions/points
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26/01/2021 11:57:32 5 1
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Spot on. Who is this clown who says strikers are priority?? Don't forget martinelli
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In the circumstances, this is the best move Arsenal could make at the moment. ESR is an emerging talent but must share the burden of responsibility and Odegaard is the right man. In the summer when more players have moved on Arsenal can then make an informed decision about a permanent deal of Odegaard or someone similar.
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26/01/2021 11:57:47 4 20
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OSR is an all round better player. Odegard flatters to deceive, really slow in his build up play and it frustrates his team mates. Undoubtedly talented, but not in a fast break, attacking sense, like OSR. I agree, it would be a pointless and nullifying acquisition.
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26/01/2021 11:59:18 12 1
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ESR ! ( why would predictive txt offer me that ?)
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27/01/2021 12:40:08 2 0
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Well we needed to replace Ozil didn't we?
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26/01/2021 11:54:24 3 17
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Emile Smith Rowe breaks into the team, looks sensational so what do you do?

Go & sign a hugely talented youngster from Real Madrid who plays in the same position on loan.

Of course you do. Why develop your own young players when you can develop Real Madrid's?
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26/01/2021 11:58:08 26 2
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ESR cannot play every single minute of every game.
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26/01/2021 11:49:48 11 1
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Being a Spuds fan, can I ask we ever has your "eyes ever seen the glory" as your username suggests?
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26/01/2021 11:58:23 5 1
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well yes, George Graham won them a league cup in the late 90s and juande ramos again won this incredibly important trophy only about 12 years ago, so they're doing really well.
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26/01/2021 11:31:10 13 21
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I can't believe the way we treated Ozil. The one genuinely world class player in the squad (until Tierney arrived)
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26/01/2021 11:58:43 4 2
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He was world class 1 in 5 games. the rest of the time he was practically a card board cut out especially against the big teams. How quickly people forget...
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26/01/2021 11:58:48 9 12
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Strange that a club of Arsenal's size where happy to accept a player without the option to buy, this only benefits RM and the player, Arsenal still need a player to fill that slot, if Odegaard plays well his value wont go down will it.
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dan
26/01/2021 12:03:00 26 4
bbc
I agree but in the Covid era no one is buying. They've just strengthened more than a lot of clubs with a simple loan. Who knows maybe he'll like it at Arsenal and players do have power to pressure a move.
13
26/01/2021 11:38:22 4 7
bbc
With no option to buy, Arsenal are just doing Madrid's donkey work for them. Either he comes good and finds himself back in the RM first XI next year, or he flops and gets shipped out
56
26/01/2021 11:59:01 11 7
bbc
well yes, that's the point of a loan deal. Congrats for understanding that.
13
26/01/2021 11:38:22 4 7
bbc
With no option to buy, Arsenal are just doing Madrid's donkey work for them. Either he comes good and finds himself back in the RM first XI next year, or he flops and gets shipped out
57
26/01/2021 11:59:07 4 1
bbc
agree but I still don't mind. at least there's a bit more cover in that position and hoping it will spur on ESR even further.
51
26/01/2021 11:57:47 4 20
bbc
OSR is an all round better player. Odegard flatters to deceive, really slow in his build up play and it frustrates his team mates. Undoubtedly talented, but not in a fast break, attacking sense, like OSR. I agree, it would be a pointless and nullifying acquisition.
58
26/01/2021 11:59:18 12 1
bbc
ESR ! ( why would predictive txt offer me that ?)
109
26/01/2021 12:38:44 10 9
bbc
Who’s ESR? Asking for a friend.....
158
26/01/2021 13:24:51 9 1
bbc
OffSide Rear? Check your tyres...
35
26/01/2021 11:51:23 4 6
bbc
Remember when he was all the hype and then he faded into obscurity?

For what he cost he should be miles better by now. He's not a forgotten prodigy, people remember him, he just simply isn't very good outside of a mediocre league and will struggle even more in the Premier League.
59
26/01/2021 11:59:20 6 2
bbc
He only cost €3m to go to Madrid
149
26/01/2021 13:16:02 2 2
bbc
3 million for a youth transfer was an insane amount of money. I think people are just perceptually spoilt now because in form starting at a higher tier (in terms of Europe overall) 3 years later he costs 30x as much.
33
26/01/2021 11:51:04 2 20
bbc
Oh dear Arsenal - mid table and only able
to afford loan deals. - how the sanctimonious football elite have fallen. ????
60
26/01/2021 12:00:12 6 1
bbc
... I mean I'd be bitter too if I had to support Stoke
61
26/01/2021 12:00:19 6 7
bbc
Loan deals are all we can afford
80
26/01/2021 12:09:09 12 4
bbc
Why is that hard to deal with? It's sensible. Take a look around the whole world is in economic turmoil.
35
26/01/2021 11:51:23 4 6
bbc
Remember when he was all the hype and then he faded into obscurity?

For what he cost he should be miles better by now. He's not a forgotten prodigy, people remember him, he just simply isn't very good outside of a mediocre league and will struggle even more in the Premier League.
62
26/01/2021 12:00:36 7 4
bbc
is this gareth bale we're talkin bout?
41
26/01/2021 11:53:22 8 8
bbc
Hopefully he is being brought in to replace Xhaka (somebody has to) and not ESR (If he is then Arteta needs to go now).
Arsenal have some great youngsters and could have a good team in the next season or two but they need to trust the youngsters and ditch the failures that are holding them back.
63
26/01/2021 12:00:38 5 4
bbc
unfortunately i doubt he's going to replace Xhaka. Different types of players. Looking like it'll be a battle between Odegaard and ESR.
33
26/01/2021 11:51:04 2 20
bbc
Oh dear Arsenal - mid table and only able
to afford loan deals. - how the sanctimonious football elite have fallen. ????
64
MH
26/01/2021 12:01:15 3 2
bbc
If they spent £200m in the summer and still been in mid table, then that would be a problem
21
26/01/2021 11:44:52 0 15
bbc
Do Real Madrid have a stake in the Woolwich. Whenever they want to save money they off load their garbage to them. The Woolwich are now like a government refuge collection contractor...
65
26/01/2021 12:01:56 7 1
bbc
are you salty because we got a decent player on loan and you got Golfeth Bale
43
26/01/2021 11:54:24 3 17
bbc
Emile Smith Rowe breaks into the team, looks sensational so what do you do?

Go & sign a hugely talented youngster from Real Madrid who plays in the same position on loan.

Of course you do. Why develop your own young players when you can develop Real Madrid's?
66
26/01/2021 12:02:02 4 2
bbc
Because if we don't Smith Rowe plays every game, until he gets injured and is out until 2022 while Arsenal struggle on with no creativity in the middle of the pitch.
25
26/01/2021 11:46:36 0 24
bbc
Yes Arsenal, why don't you do that, buying failed players to weaken your failed team. Sounds like a plan. Will buy a season ticket when you start thinking with the appendage on top of your neck rather than your derriére.
67
26/01/2021 12:02:22 0 1
bbc
Are you suggesting they're thinking with their butt cheeks?
41
26/01/2021 11:53:22 8 8
bbc
Hopefully he is being brought in to replace Xhaka (somebody has to) and not ESR (If he is then Arteta needs to go now).
Arsenal have some great youngsters and could have a good team in the next season or two but they need to trust the youngsters and ditch the failures that are holding them back.
68
26/01/2021 12:02:52 7 3
bbc
No he's not - completely different player to Xhaka - he'll play higher up the pitch on the right, middle & maybe even left. What's with all the Xhaka hate??? Wenger was no mug & he got him in. Emery liked him. Arteta likes him now. Apparently Pep at City admires him too. But I guess that means nothing. Sigh.
78
26/01/2021 12:08:31 3 2
bbc
Xhaka is a mystery he often looks like he isn't up for the battle. He's not a terrible player on a good day but for several seasons now he hasn't convinced and has had quite public attitude problems.
55
26/01/2021 11:58:48 9 12
bbc
Strange that a club of Arsenal's size where happy to accept a player without the option to buy, this only benefits RM and the player, Arsenal still need a player to fill that slot, if Odegaard plays well his value wont go down will it.
69
dan
26/01/2021 12:03:00 26 4
bbc
I agree but in the Covid era no one is buying. They've just strengthened more than a lot of clubs with a simple loan. Who knows maybe he'll like it at Arsenal and players do have power to pressure a move.
160
26/01/2021 13:30:34 2 0
bbc
That's a great point. Only the oligarch clubs (e.g. PSG, Man City) and a handful of financially well-run clubs (e.g. Man Utd) can afford to buy big names in this market.

Everybody else is using loans or promoting youth until COVID subsides and the club's finances recover.
70
26/01/2021 12:03:37 166 19
bbc
He was quality on Football Manager 2015 to be fair...
128
OA
26/01/2021 12:59:26 45 26
bbc
He is top class in 2021 as well. Playing him behind Haaland & Mbappe with Camavinga in CM in a 4-3-1-2. Destroying teams. ??????
191
26/01/2021 14:05:57 29 39
bbc
Maybe so, but how good is he where the rest of us live...here in the real world ?
263
26/01/2021 15:47:50 28 3
bbc
So was YaYa Sanogo on FM2012. Maybe that’s how the Arsenal scouting network is done ??
336
26/01/2021 19:01:03 14 1
bbc
Cherno Samba makes a great foil for Odergaard.
403
27/01/2021 13:03:44 14 0
bbc
Kennedy Bakircioglü, Kim Källström, Tonton Zola Moukoko, Mark Kerr, Andri Sigþórsson, Vitali Kutuzov, Maxim Tsigalko, Ibrahima Bakayoko, Cherno Samba....and Taribo West on a free to name but a few....what quailty players back in the day!
71
MH
26/01/2021 12:06:03 4 4
bbc
They need a proper number 9 as the current attack is one dimensional
72
26/01/2021 12:06:05 19 7
bbc
He's obviously a very talented youngster but I worry for the pace & physicality of the EPL compared to what he's used too. I hope he gets game time though & settles in quickly because this short loan might be made longer - another loan next season hopefully. If he takes to Arsenal & this league we could be onto a real gem here! Defo worth the punt.
32
26/01/2021 11:50:55 2 13
bbc
I do not have a clue what Arteta is doing! Long term strategy is to loan in players and buy flops like Willian, whilst shipping out loyal players like Ozil? Even wanted to get rid of AMN and Holding at one point.
73
26/01/2021 12:06:08 3 1
bbc
No club has any money and Arsenal are still reeling from the appalling recruitment and massive wages of the last 4-5 years. Was Ozil loyal or did he just stroll around collecting his enormous wages? Willian was a desperate free signing, hoping that he would put in a shift which has not happened. There are huge problems at the club and Arteta can only do some much under an owner who doesn't care
27
26/01/2021 11:48:31 5 10
bbc
By bringing this fella in, will mean Smith-Rowe on the bench, an English talent who has been phenomenal in the games he’s played.
74
26/01/2021 12:07:39 5 3
bbc
He's done quite well. 'Phenomenal' is massively exaggerating.
75
26/01/2021 12:07:40 4 9
bbc
SIGN A LEFT BACK FOR GOODNESS SAKE!
90
26/01/2021 12:15:13 5 1
bbc
West Brom have a really good left back, Gibbs.
76
26/01/2021 12:07:41 3 8
bbc
I'd bet Arsenal have paid a fee to take him on loan and will pay his wages, then push Ozil out the door after pushing him out the squad and have had to pay to get rid. Both attacking midfielders. Makes you wonder sometimes.
115
26/01/2021 12:43:48 6 3
bbc
Odegard 40k a week, ozil 350k so you know a big saving
77
26/01/2021 12:07:41 2 23
bbc
we need him saka isn't good enough and our best cb doesn't play but wears a headband spurs much better team
98
26/01/2021 12:21:33 8 2
bbc
Saka not good enough? What u smoking
120
26/01/2021 12:50:21 0 1
bbc
Saka and Odegaard play in different position. Can't compare.

Blame the owners for not spending money.
68
26/01/2021 12:02:52 7 3
bbc
No he's not - completely different player to Xhaka - he'll play higher up the pitch on the right, middle & maybe even left. What's with all the Xhaka hate??? Wenger was no mug & he got him in. Emery liked him. Arteta likes him now. Apparently Pep at City admires him too. But I guess that means nothing. Sigh.
78
26/01/2021 12:08:31 3 2
bbc
Xhaka is a mystery he often looks like he isn't up for the battle. He's not a terrible player on a good day but for several seasons now he hasn't convinced and has had quite public attitude problems.
86
26/01/2021 12:14:11 2 4
bbc
I disagree. He's very passionate & vocal on the pitch - if not too passionate. Arteta has also constantly praised his passion & work ethic in training too. He's still a leader - if not the leader - in that dressing room too. His passing range & positioning is top draw. Yes he can blunder in defensive duties sometimes. His public attitude issue was when his own supporters were booing him off.
79
26/01/2021 12:09:03 3 3
bbc
Freddie Adu is the forgotten prodigy, this lad is only 22.

Real are good judges of when someone can or cannot cut it. By the looks of Bale this season you can see why they were trying to offload him. Nothing to do with attitude or wages.
82
26/01/2021 12:10:57 7 4
bbc
Bale is not consistently good or fit enough to play for Real
61
26/01/2021 12:00:19 6 7
bbc
Loan deals are all we can afford
80
26/01/2021 12:09:09 12 4
bbc
Why is that hard to deal with? It's sensible. Take a look around the whole world is in economic turmoil.
103
26/01/2021 12:27:47 3 1
bbc
I’m not disagreeing and think it’s smart business - reading comments saying we should fork out £40m on buendia etc but no one is buying right now due to financial difficulties caused by covid
81
26/01/2021 12:10:04 84 23
bbc
Moral of the story? Don't go to Real Madrid if you're a very good young player, you'll only be farmed out on loan. Have to question Arsenal's plan here, no option to buy and then what?
85
26/01/2021 12:13:54 138 23
bbc
we get a useful squad addition for the remainder of the season and then have the summer to re-evaluate the squad. It's not complex.
87
26/01/2021 12:14:19 27 5
bbc
I think their plan is to sign Martin Odengaard on loan.
142
26/01/2021 13:12:45 5 3
bbc
Agreed. He would have had a better chance somewhere like Leipzig, Dortmund, Lille, Atletico etc. Countless places where he would have earned himself a rotational spot or as a young starter in places where they'd give him a chance. Fell into a trap there.
159
26/01/2021 13:29:05 10 1
bbc
Don't go if you're not highly marketable e.g Brazilian, Spanish. A wonderkid from Norway has to work much harder to break into Real's first team.

If Odegaard was Brazilian he'd have played 200+ games for Real by now. As things stand he has ELEVEN appearances for Real in all competitions, spread across the four seasons where he wasn't out on loan. He's been on their books for seven seasons!
233
26/01/2021 14:43:25 5 6
bbc
@Lonster, you don’t worry about Option to buy or anything. Picture Arsenal as a vehicle that needs to be steered to champ lge station. If we get into Champs lge, our fortunes change slightly, we become more financially viable, and with that comes more flexibility. We might decide to keep him or buy someone similar in that position.
297
26/01/2021 16:47:46 4 7
bbc
Who cares if it’s only till season end? If we can scrape into top 4 then it’ll been worth it. Besides he might love it so much that he stays? Or comes back one day.
354
26/01/2021 22:24:55 1 0
bbc
Make the best out of the bad circumstance. What else could be done if Madrid are unwilling to sell?
393
27/01/2021 12:55:04 2 0
bbc
Madrid has always been difficult. Jovic is banging in goals regularly now that he has returned to Germany. Hazard might as well have been on holidays for all the impact he made in the last 18 months notwithstanding injuries.
410
27/01/2021 13:09:10 2 0
bbc
I thought that was what happened at every potential 'European super league' club? Chelsea have fallen foul of EUFA with their constant 'buy em and loan em out' transfers. If you take a look at many young players out there, the words, 'parent club' are too often below their current one. Its called 'trying to deny your opponents potential stars', and to hell with stifling a players development.
578
27/01/2021 16:18:39 3 1
bbc
The financial situation at Arsenal is tight. Players are being offloaded, and Arteta will look to add his players as and when we can afford them. This seems like a good temporary loan deal for the club with what is an exciting talent. It may work.
591
27/01/2021 16:41:31 1 1
bbc
Not fair, real madrid is the biggest and greatest football club in the planet. Not everyone is cut out to perform, specially in the starting line up. Many of real madrids players can perform very well in medium clubs such as arsenal or deportivo la Coruña, that doesn't mean they are fit for the top brass.
663
27/01/2021 18:38:48 0 0
bbc
Next season's another season
731
27/01/2021 23:37:30 0 0
bbc
Surprised Wenger missed him as he isn't on his very long "nearly bought" list
79
26/01/2021 12:09:03 3 3
bbc
Freddie Adu is the forgotten prodigy, this lad is only 22.

Real are good judges of when someone can or cannot cut it. By the looks of Bale this season you can see why they were trying to offload him. Nothing to do with attitude or wages.
82
26/01/2021 12:10:57 7 4
bbc
Bale is not consistently good or fit enough to play for Real
93
26/01/2021 12:16:09 11 5
bbc
Im an Arsenal fan, but you guys are talking some real rubbish!

Bale won 4 Champions Leagues with Real, 2 La Liga, , a Copa Del Rey, 2 UEFA Super Cups, and 4 Club world cups. He also more than played his part in all.

His time just came to an end, to say he wasnt good enough really is ridiculous, he had an unbelievably successful career with them

Some of the stuff you see on here, mind boggles.
198
26/01/2021 14:08:49 0 0
bbc
Or anyone else in World football!
Doesn’t surprise me that Arsenal would go for this charlatan. His far-left politics have already ostracised him from the Real Madrid squad and his anti-Western diatribes will only flourish under the kind of Marxist hierarchy (ironic, I know) that is in place in North London. Removed
83
26/01/2021 12:13:45 0 1
bbc
Lotta big words used but not stitched together in the right context, nice try tho
44
26/01/2021 11:54:48 7 2
bbc
he doesn't have the funds right now to afford top end players though
84
26/01/2021 12:13:48 1 2
bbc
If he has no funds and a glut of homegrown quality youngsters, then it doesn't take a brain surgeon to work out what to do. And, no don't burn them out, perm them with each other! Arsenal won't win anything this year and won't be relegated, what an opportunity! This is when it should pay off. But, nah, the spending obsession of the multimillionaire managers and owners won't be quenched.
96
26/01/2021 12:21:00 1 1
bbc
I agree to an extent but Arteta has objectives that he'll have to meet. Given the nature of the Kroenke family, I doubt he'll be able to meet these objectives by using a whole team of youngsters.
81
26/01/2021 12:10:04 84 23
bbc
Moral of the story? Don't go to Real Madrid if you're a very good young player, you'll only be farmed out on loan. Have to question Arsenal's plan here, no option to buy and then what?
85
26/01/2021 12:13:54 138 23
bbc
we get a useful squad addition for the remainder of the season and then have the summer to re-evaluate the squad. It's not complex.
288
Raj
26/01/2021 16:30:08 7 12
bbc
its what small teams at the bottom do, short term loans to avoid relegation...
589
27/01/2021 16:39:36 1 1
bbc
Well said
78
26/01/2021 12:08:31 3 2
bbc
Xhaka is a mystery he often looks like he isn't up for the battle. He's not a terrible player on a good day but for several seasons now he hasn't convinced and has had quite public attitude problems.
86
26/01/2021 12:14:11 2 4
bbc
I disagree. He's very passionate & vocal on the pitch - if not too passionate. Arteta has also constantly praised his passion & work ethic in training too. He's still a leader - if not the leader - in that dressing room too. His passing range & positioning is top draw. Yes he can blunder in defensive duties sometimes. His public attitude issue was when his own supporters were booing him off.
189
26/01/2021 14:01:46 1 2
bbc
He's also an accident waiting to happen with a red/two yellows and means Arsenal going down to 10 men and most likely losing a match!
81
26/01/2021 12:10:04 84 23
bbc
Moral of the story? Don't go to Real Madrid if you're a very good young player, you'll only be farmed out on loan. Have to question Arsenal's plan here, no option to buy and then what?
87
26/01/2021 12:14:19 27 5
bbc
I think their plan is to sign Martin Odengaard on loan.
88
26/01/2021 12:14:31 3 11
bbc
a loan for a few weeks with no obligation to buy?!! no wonder arsenal are the joke of the premier league. the club is a shambles, who makes these decisions?
38
26/01/2021 11:52:24 1 1
bbc
Jock, do you follow, follow? Thought so.
Idiotic comment.
89
26/01/2021 12:14:33 0 1
bbc
Enjoy the league, you dhim x
75
26/01/2021 12:07:40 4 9
bbc
SIGN A LEFT BACK FOR GOODNESS SAKE!
90
26/01/2021 12:15:13 5 1
bbc
West Brom have a really good left back, Gibbs.
43
26/01/2021 11:54:24 3 17
bbc
Emile Smith Rowe breaks into the team, looks sensational so what do you do?

Go & sign a hugely talented youngster from Real Madrid who plays in the same position on loan.

Of course you do. Why develop your own young players when you can develop Real Madrid's?
91
26/01/2021 12:15:35 3 4
bbc
Looks sensational??!! Looks quite good, but sensational is a little far fetched!!!
92
26/01/2021 12:15:51 5 3
bbc
Why Zidane is teetering on the edge this guy should be front and centre of Real's team (along with two or three other excellent youngsters) but Zidane keeps relying on several aging stars , same happening at Barca but they seem to have at least started to play the young guns and look as though they are turning their season around
121
26/01/2021 12:50:28 3 9
bbc
Was going to make a fresh comment, but yours is worth adding mine to.

Yeah, you're clueless man. You never watch Real Madrid and know nothing beyond what you read on BBC about them.

Odegaard isn't good enough for Real Madrid - that is the fact of this matter.

For everyone's sake, we should sell him. He's another Ceballos - close, but no cigar. Fine for Arsenal though - it's a different level
82
26/01/2021 12:10:57 7 4
bbc
Bale is not consistently good or fit enough to play for Real
93
26/01/2021 12:16:09 11 5
bbc
Im an Arsenal fan, but you guys are talking some real rubbish!

Bale won 4 Champions Leagues with Real, 2 La Liga, , a Copa Del Rey, 2 UEFA Super Cups, and 4 Club world cups. He also more than played his part in all.

His time just came to an end, to say he wasnt good enough really is ridiculous, he had an unbelievably successful career with them

Some of the stuff you see on here, mind boggles.
127
26/01/2021 12:58:05 1 0
bbc
Curtis C is one of the few people I've seen around here who is thinking logically.

Bale is terrible, evidently

Odegaard is nothing special either - he's another version of Ceballos - not good enough for Real Madrid

I cannot think of a single player - maybe Fabinho at a real push - who was a mistake to offload recently. Robben - sure, had a great Bayern career, but meh. Otherwise, CC is right
156
26/01/2021 13:20:13 2 0
bbc
I think Lobster was referring to Bales ability now, rather than his previous record, which we all know about.
37
26/01/2021 11:51:54 52 21
bbc
Arteta's transfers schedule seems to be going to plan, Ozil(still don't understand it) & the others out & now new players in...Odegaard is a brilliant move, maybe another midfielder & Arsenal will have improved while other clubs' are standing still??
94
26/01/2021 12:17:52 50 84
bbc
arsenal improved and other clubs standing still? when you say standing still you mean all the clubs in mid/lower positions because lets be honest you're no longer one of the big boys and haven't been for years
105
26/01/2021 12:31:09 25 14
bbc
Such rubbish, let me guess, a bitter Tott?
107
26/01/2021 12:35:46 27 12
bbc
Won the FA Cup last season in our worst season in decades
Season before reached UEL final
122
26/01/2021 12:52:46 27 10
bbc
Four FA Cup wins in last 7 years
172
26/01/2021 13:42:56 17 7
bbc
Haha.... that`s a comment from a jealous troll.
229
26/01/2021 14:39:30 19 9
bbc
No longer one of the big boys?! We are behind only utd and Liverpool for most successful club in English football. So many articles about Chelski when they have won the league as many times as Sunderland and less than Villa. Know your facts Alex
243
26/01/2021 14:54:52 4 8
bbc
Sadly agreed, in 2015/16 there was a glimmer when we nailed Leicester twice but no one came to help. Since then we have slid and bumped praying for Europa glory - not next season tho' sadly. We were FA Cup specialists but no anymore, don't know what we specialise in now?
I know Arsene managed CL for 17 straight years & FA Cup x 7 times but what a loser! Thank God we can get back to great success
Your mum likes big boys Removed
29
26/01/2021 11:49:48 11 1
bbc
Being a Spuds fan, can I ask we ever has your "eyes ever seen the glory" as your username suggests?
95
26/01/2021 12:17:57 2 1
bbc
I know its laughable isn't it? A spud fan would have to be close to 70 to remember their brief 'glory' years. 2 league cups in 30 years doesn't count.
84
26/01/2021 12:13:48 1 2
bbc
If he has no funds and a glut of homegrown quality youngsters, then it doesn't take a brain surgeon to work out what to do. And, no don't burn them out, perm them with each other! Arsenal won't win anything this year and won't be relegated, what an opportunity! This is when it should pay off. But, nah, the spending obsession of the multimillionaire managers and owners won't be quenched.
96
26/01/2021 12:21:00 1 1
bbc
I agree to an extent but Arteta has objectives that he'll have to meet. Given the nature of the Kroenke family, I doubt he'll be able to meet these objectives by using a whole team of youngsters.
Doesn’t surprise me that Arsenal would go for this charlatan. His far-left politics have already ostracised him from the Real Madrid squad and his anti-Western diatribes will only flourish under the kind of Marxist hierarchy (ironic, I know) that is in place in North London. Removed
97
26/01/2021 12:21:02 0 1
bbc
Have we signed Citizen Smith?
77
26/01/2021 12:07:41 2 23
bbc
we need him saka isn't good enough and our best cb doesn't play but wears a headband spurs much better team
98
26/01/2021 12:21:33 8 2
bbc
Saka not good enough? What u smoking
114
26/01/2021 12:43:11 0 1
bbc
plenty of players better than him including bale son
99
26/01/2021 12:21:49 4 8
bbc
Surely Ozil would have been adequate backup in this position. Loan deals for kids who have never played in the prem Vs established midfielders we were already paying 20 mil a year? I just don't get it.
100
26/01/2021 12:24:13 3 1
bbc
Ozil is gone, lets stop banging on about it omg
101
26/01/2021 12:25:55 3 1
bbc
I think the idea was to stop paying him £20m a year!
99
26/01/2021 12:21:49 4 8
bbc
Surely Ozil would have been adequate backup in this position. Loan deals for kids who have never played in the prem Vs established midfielders we were already paying 20 mil a year? I just don't get it.
100
26/01/2021 12:24:13 3 1
bbc
Ozil is gone, lets stop banging on about it omg
129
26/01/2021 13:01:06 0 0
bbc
Well how about stop banging on about being a top 6 six then, that's gone also