Norway international soccer player Martin Odegaard, left, poses with Real Madrid's representative Emilio Butragueno, during his official presentation in Madrid, Spain, Thursday, Jan. 22, 2015, after signing for Real Madrid. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
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Norwegian teenage sensation Martin Odegaard could make his first appearance for Real Madrid when the European champions host Almeria Wednesday after being included in Carlo Ancelotti's squad for the first time.Madrid beat off stiff competition from around Europe to land the 16-year-old in January, but his time with the first team has since been limited to training sessions, while he has played with the reserve team Real Madrid Castilla in the third tier of Spanish football.However, Ancelotti is hopeful that Bale will be fit to face the daunting trip to Seville Saturday, while Benzema could return in time for next week's Champions League semifinal, first leg away to Juventus.
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