Martin Ødegaard ● Real Madrid Castilla 2015 | The Beginning || HD

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Martin Ødegaard is a Norwegian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Spanish club Real Madrid Castilla and the Norway national team.

Real Madrid
On 21 January 2015, Real Madrid reached an agreement to sign Ødegaard from Strømsgodset,[30] for a fee reported by Spanish media as around €3 million.[24] Norwegian media reported, however, that the fee was 35 million kroner (approximately €4 million), which could rise to 70-75 million kroner (approximately €8-8.5 million) on certain conditions.[31] In a press conference after the signing, Real Madrid announced that Ødegaard would train with both the club’s first team and the reserves, Real Madrid Castilla. He would play for the latter team, which is managed by Zinedine Zidane.He made his unofficial debut for the reserves on 4 February, in a 3–3 friendly draw with Beijing Guoan. He was subsequently named in the first team’s UEFA Champions League squad.[33] Ødegaard was assigned the number 21.[34] His official debut for Castilla came on 8 February, coming on in the last 20 minutes as a substitute in the 2–2 draw against Athletic Bilbao B in Segunda División B.[35] On 21 February, he scored his first goal for the club in a 4–0 win over Barakaldo CF at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano, opening the scoring after seven minutes. In April, Ødegaard was dropped from Castilla after a run of four defeats, with staff finding problems with him training with the first team while playing for the reserves, in addition to a language barrier. First team manager Carlo Ancelotti called for fans to be patient while Ødegaard settles in a new country.[37] On 29 April, he was included in Real Madrid’s matchday squad for the first time for a home La Liga fixture against UD Almería, as Ancelotti was without Gareth Bale, Luka Modrić and Karim Benzema through injury. However, he did not feature in the 3–0 victory. On 23 May, in the final fixture of the season, he made his debut for Real Madrid, coming-on as a 58th-minute substitute for hat-trick scorer Cristiano Ronaldo in an eventual 7–3 home win over Getafe CF.[39] He became the youngest debutant in the history of the club at 16 years and 157 days old.

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