This week, the 15-year-old gained widespread attention after helping the Arsenal U16s defeat Liverpool U16s 14-3 with 10 goals in a single game.
He will remain on scholarship at the club until he is 17, at which point he can sign a professional contract with Arsenal, according to the report, which states that the club agreed to a scholarship term with him last year.
Because of his exceptional skill, he has already represented both the U21 and U18 teams, scoring three goals in four contests.
For the Denmark U17s, he has also scored seven goals in nine games, including four in their most recent 6-2 victory over Norway.
Mikel Arteta has no qualms about handing young players a debut with the first squad. It won’t come as a shock if Obi-Martin is given a chance to play for the first team soon; he gave Ethan Nwaneri his first-team debut last season at the age of 15.