Arsenal’s Odegaard reveals two Liverpool legends he remembers watching
The Arsenal captain, Martin Odegaard, has reminisced about watching Liverpool legends Steven Gerrard and John Arne Riise while growing up as a kid.
Odegaard has established himself as a key first-team starter at Arsenal since joining the North London club from Real Madrid for £30 million last summer.
The 23-year-old has scored three goals for Arsenal so far this season.
In his column for Arsenal’s matchday programme, Odegaard opened up about watching Liverpool during his childhood.
Odegaard said, “I remember watching Liverpool at home as a kid, and players like Steven Gerrard." Also, John Arne Riise, of course. I was only young when he was there, but I remember the big goals he scored and his famous free-kicks too. "
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