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Sky Sports pundit says that this Arsenal star is now worth £60million

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Alan Smith reports that Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard is now worth £60million.

The Sky Sports pundit was full of praise for the midfielder while watching him play against Leeds. Arsenal played Leeds at the Emirates on Sunday and strengthened their position for finishing fourth.

The Gunners won the match 2-1 as well.

Smith was on commentary duty on Sunday’s match between Arsenal and Leeds.

Arsenal acquired Odegaard for £30million in a permanent deal from Real Madrid.

What did Alan Smith say about Odegaard’s future in Arsenal?

Smith in the 80th minute of the match said: “What a signing he was! £30 million. They could double the money easily now for Odegaard.”

Odegaard has grown leaps and bounds playing for the Gunners. Moreover, he has cemented his position in the Arsenal midfield.

Odegaard is probably the best young attacking midfielder in the Premier League right now. Moreover, he has played an essential role for the Gunners this season.

He has become a leader in midfield. Moreover, he has shouldered the responsibility with a vigor that has come his way.

It could easily be said that the teenager has a substantial contribution to Arsenal’s successes this season.

In the coming seasons, he could be a key player for Arsenal in achieving the much desired Premier League title.

Though he is still very young he has shown maturity beyond his age.

The youngster has made 29 appearances in total for the Gunners. Also, he has come off the bench four times in the Premier League this season.

Odegaard goal scoring record has also been quite impressive this season.

He has scored six goals and provided four assists this season.

Moreover, if Arsenal succeeds in qualifying for the Champions League next season- it could easily be attributed to Odegaard’s performances.

His influence in the midfield this season has been quite a talking point for the pundits this season.

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