Real Madrid youngster Martin Odegaard has signed on loan with Dutch outfit Heerenveen.
The Dutch club took to Twitter to confirm the move for the 18-year-old Norwegian attacking midfielder.
On Monday, Heerenveen said on their social media page that Odegaard will be presented on Tuesday at 10.30am (GMT).
The Real starlet has failed to break into Zinedine Zidane’s side at the Santiago Bernabeu and, according to reports in Holland, Odegaard will be with the Dutch outfit for the rest of the campaign.
At the beginning of December, Sportsmail reported that Odegaard was set to join Rennes on loan in January after he was spotted watching the club play Saint-Etienne.
French media Quest-France reported that Odegaard was at Roazhon Park with his father Hans Erik Odegaard to watch Rennes, who tried to sign him last summer.
The highly-rated midfielder has only played once for Real in La Liga since moving to the Spanish giants in 2015, coming on as a substitute in the club’s 7-3 victory over Getafe last season.
Odegaard played the full 90 minutes when the current La Liga leaders thrashed Cultural Leonesa in the Copa del Rey in November.
Heerenveen sit fourth in the Eredivisie, having accumulated 29 points from 19 matches. They are five points behind third-placed PSV Eindhoven and 13 off league leaders Feyenoord.