Ozil's saga at Arsenal appears to be over as he agrees deal in Turkey
Is the Mesut Ozil Arsenal saga about to FINALLY end? Fenerbahce ‘reach an agreement for a three-and-a-half year contract’ with the Gunners’ outcast No 10, hours after he posted about his love of Istanbul
- Arsene Wenger signed Mesut Ozil for Arsenal from Real Madrid in 2013
- After being a key part of the side, his recent involvement has been limited
- The door for Ozil’s exit has been opened for his exit for some time at Arsenal
- The 32-year-old is expected to move to Turkish side Fenerbahce this month
Mesut Ozil’s time at Arsenal appears to finally be over after the midfielder reportedly agreed to join Turkish side Fenerbahce.
Ozil, who joined the Gunners from Real Madrid in 2013, has been out of Mikel Arteta’s plans since he took charge.
The door has been open for his exit since last year and Ozil has now agreed to make the move to Turkey where he has strong links.
Mesut Ozil posted this image on Tuesday, which was a throwback picture of him in Istanbul
Ozil had said he was happy to run down his contract, which was due to expire this summer
The 32-year-old has been firmly out of favour under Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta
Reports in Turkey suggest it is a ‘dream move’ for the 32-year-old who is expected to join the 19-time Turkish league winners this month.
He has agreed a three-and-a-half year contract, which brings to an end his £350,000 per week deal at Arsenal.
Ozil, who had been in talks with US side DC United, posted a throwback picture on Tuesday night on Twitter of him in Istanbul with the caption: ‘This city.’
Ozil was left out of the official Arsenal squad for the Premier League and Europa League
He has been firmly out of favour at the Emirates under Arteta and hasn’t played a single game all season after being left out of both official squads for the Premier League and Europa League.
Arteta hinted recently that Arsenal’s big earners would have to leave the club in January, adding: ‘We cannot sustain the numbers we have.’
Ozil had been happy to see out his current deal, which was due to expire in the summer.
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