Guardiola wanted to make Odegaard 'the best player in the world' as Bayern & Liverpool missed out to Real M...

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Pep Guardiola wanted to make Martin Odegaard "the best player in the world" during his time at Bayern Munich, claims Jan Age Fjortoft, with the Catalan missing out alongside Liverpool as the Norwegian starlet headed to Real Madrid.
Guardiola wanted to make Odegaard 'the best player in the world' as Bayern & Liverpool missed out to Real Madrid

The current Manchester City boss was eager to buy into the Norwegian midfielder's potential while calling the shots at the Allianz Arena

Pep Guardiola wanted to make Martin Odegaard "the best player in the world" during his time at , claims Jan Age Fjortoft, with the Catalan missing out alongside as the Norwegian starlet headed to .

A prodigious talent burst onto the scene as a teenager at Stromsgodset and his potential was quickly noted by leading sides across Europe, with heavyweight outfits from England, Spain and Germany positioning themselves towards the front of a transfer queue.

Guardiola urged Bayern to win that race and deliver him a player that could be transformed into an elite midfield playmaker.

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