According to reports received on Wednesday, Arsenal are on the verge of a permanent contract for Real Madrid midfielder Martin Odigard.
After failing to sign for Madrid, Odigard joined Arsenal on loan for the second half of last season.
The 22-year-old has scored just two goals in 20 appearances for the Premier League club, but impressed Gunners owner Michael Artita with his composed performances.
Odigard had hoped for a chance this year under new Real manager Carlo Ancelotti, but Arsenal are ready to bring Norway International back to the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal have reportedly agreed to a علاقے 30 million (41 41 million) fee for Norway International.
Odigard joined Real in 2015 as a 16-year-old from Stromsgodset.
But he never established himself in Madrid, spending two seasons on loan at Hernنوven before temporarily working with Vetts Arnhem, Real Sociedad and Arsenal.
Artita has already signed Ben White, Nono Tauris and Albert Samby Lokonga before the end of last season.
But Arsenal started the Premier League season with a 2-0 loss to promoter Brent Ford on Friday.
The Gunners face European champions Chelsea on Sunday in the first home game of the campaign.