Good news for all parties.

Martin Odegaard's move to Arsenal is about to become a reality, and according to press reports, Real Madrid has completed their deal with the Gunners.

The Norwegian international failed to convince his coach Zinedine Zidane of his abilities, although the Frenchman himself was the reason for his loan break from Real Sociedad and his early return to Santiago Bernabéu this season.

According to the famous Italian journalist Fabertio Romano, the communication between Arsenal and Real Madrid has taken place in the past hours and resulted in an agreement under which Odegaard will join the Emirates Stadium.

The deal, of course, will be on loan until the end of the current season, with free in return for Arsenal to pay the high player's salary for that period.

Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta, the London club's technical director, played a very important role in completing the deal, having telephoned Odegaard by telephone, persuaded him of his project and ideas, and urged him to join his battalion.

The official announcement of the deal is supposed to be made within the next few hours after the player undergoes medical examinations, which, according to Romano, has also been scheduled.

The 20-year-old Will become the second Real Madrid player to be loaned to Arsenal, after his second year in London.