Real Madrid remain invested in the prospect of Martin Odegaard becoming a regular player.
He also feels valued by the club and Mikel Arteta in a way that he did not at Real Madrid under Zinedine Zidane, who only granted him nine appearances before his departure.
He has already played more games than that in just a couple of months at Arsenal and has been able to score in the games against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League and Olympiacos in the Europa League.
Arsenal were impressed by how seamlessly he has slotted into the team and want to make his loan move permanent but it seems Real Madrid still believe in him and want to give him another chance to prove himself next season, according toMarca
The 22-year-old joined Real Madrid in 2015 from Stromsgodset and has spent most of the last six years out on loan, with Heerenveen, Vitesse, Real Sociedad, and now Arsenal.
While Real Madrid have given him only a few first-team opportunities so far, they still remain invested in the prospect of him becoming a regular player.