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Real Madrid's Martin Odegaard suffers broken metatarsal in Heerenveen game

Martin Odegaard's season could be over after his injury.

Real Madrid's Martin Odegaard is unlikely to play again this season after breaking a metatarsal in what could have been his final game on loan at Dutch club Heerenveen.

Odegaard, 19, has contributed three goals and five assists in 37 starts for the Eredivisie side and gained experience away from the Bernabeu.

But the Norway international suffered the injury during Sunday's 2-1 victory at Heracles, with Heerenveen releasing a statement in which they said tests had confirmed the broken bone.


Martin Odegaard hints at new contract extension with Real Madrid

Real Madrid youngster Martin Odegaard, currently on loan at Heerenveen, has suggested that he has extended his contract with the European champions.

Odegaard joined Madrid from Stromsgodset amid a wave of publicity in January 2015, when he was aged just 16, in a deal worth a potential €8 million.

During two years at Madrid, the Norway international played mostly for the club's Castilla youth side, making only one substitute appearance in La Liga and gaining a sole Copa del Rey start.



Melbourne Victory star Marco Rojas set for Heerenveen medical

Marco Rojas
Marco Rojas will have a medical at Eredivisie club Heerenveen this week.

Melbourne Victory are resigned to losing a fifth member of their A-League grand final team, with Marco Rojas bound for Europe.

The New Zealand winger is heading to the Netherlands for a medical with Heerenveen.

A deal is yet to be concluded but the Dutch Eredivisie club's interest is serious, and the Kiwi is expected to sign in the coming days.

The move will be Rojas' second attempt to crack a major European league after a failed stint with German club Stuttgart followed his first spell with Victory.