Martin Odegaard will be on Football Manager 2015

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Martin Odegaard has been added to Football Manager 2015 after his father granted permission for his son to be included in the game, reports the Mirror.

Odegaard, who is just 15-years-old, is recognised as one of the most highly rated teenagers in world football, and looks set for a bright future in the game. 

And now fans of Football Manager will be given the opportunity to monitor the youngster's development themselves, as they look to turn the wonderkid into a world star...

The teenager has his father to thank for being included in the game after Sports Interactive studio director Miles Jacobson tweeted a picture of Hans Eric Odegaard giving permission for his son to be involved in the 2015 edition. 

There's no doubt about it, then, Football Manager gurus will certainly look towards Odegaard as one for the future, as they plot long term success on the game...

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Odegaard may even grab himself a copy if he's not too busy trying to fulfil his own dream of making it as a top professional in the game. The talented ace, who is currently starring at Norwegian outfit Stromsgodset, has certainly been making a name for himself of late. 

In fact, he's been linked to a number of Europe's top clubs, with the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid all interested in his services, according to the Mirror.

It appears, though, that Premier League outfit Liverpool are ahead in the race to sign him, as the same report has suggested that the Anfield outfit will hand him a trial before the festive period. 

Reds fans could certainly do with a boost after a poor start to the season under Brendan Rodgers. However, if the youngster does complete a move to Anfield, then it's extremely unlikely that he will be handed a first-team role anytime soon. 

Liverpool fans: What have you seen of Odegaard? Is he worth signing? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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