Gabriel Magalhaes claims the £30 million Arsenal player has helped the club ‘a lot’.

Before the Gunners’ return to Champions League play, Arsenal defender Gabriel Magalhaes has waxed poetic over Gunners skipper Martin Odegaard, according to the article from tbrfootball. The centre defender for Arsenal claims that his partner is a “brilliant player” who has been contributing “a lot” to the club and vice versa.

Odegaard joined Arsenal in 2021 and has since made significant progress. He is surpassing his potential rather than just living up to it. When the Norwegian joined Real Madrid in 2015 at the age of 16, he was considered one of the top young players in the world of football.

But Odegaard’s time at the Bernabeu didn’t quite go as planned, and for a while there were concerns he wouldn’t live up to his promise. This changed when he signed a contract to become a permanent member of Arsenal in 2021 after first joining on loan for a cost of £30 million.

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Martin Odegaard, the captain of Arsenal, is a “brilliant player.” Odegaard became captain of Arsenal after joining via the doors at London Colney and amassed 136 competitive club appearances, 32 goals, and 22 assists during his time there.

Odegaard will now take the Gunners into a Champions League knockout game, making history for the first time since Laurent Koscielny in 2017. And Gabriel is happy with what Odegaard has brought to the Arsenal team.

During the pre-match news conference, the Brazilian defender told, “Martin is a brilliant player.”And during the years I’ve known him, he has given us a lot of assistance, and we have given him a lot of assistance as well.

For Arsenal and Norway, Odegaard is truly becoming stronger and stronger. He is obviously adored in the locker room and on the practice pitch in addition to being a terrific player. He’s still young, only 25 years old, so it will be interesting to watch how he develops for Arsenal as they aim for further success in the upcoming years.

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