On-loan Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard has once again addressed the idea of a permanent transfer to north London.
The 22-year-old is in a couple of months set to return to his parent club with Real Madrid said to be keen on having Odegaard play a key role next season.
Arsenal meanwhile are keen on extending the Norway international’s stay with the Emirates and further talks planned with Los Blanco at the end of the current campaign.
Odegaard has recently named the one condition that would see him either return to Spain or seal a permanent move to Emirates Stadium.
“I said many times that I’ve been looking for stability (in same club), but haven’t found it,” he told VG.
“I think it’ll be important to find stability. I’m very happy at Arsenal, enjoying myself.
“I like it here. Now my focus is to finish the season, then we’ll see.”
Doubling down on the stability factor, Odegaard has now revealed another key condition regarding his future – development.
“My future at Arsenal? The deal with Arsenal is until the end of the season,” he said at a Norway press conference, as per the Norwegian media.
“We’ll see what happens this summer.
“I’ve said things before that I still stand for: stability and development are key words.”