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Offbeat Football: Özil Appearly invested in Mexican Club

15:11  13 april  2021
15:11  13 april  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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Mesut Özil has apparently acquired shares in the Mexican Club Club Necaxa. This reports the Mexican portal Sportico.

Der frühere Nationalspieler Mesut Özil hat ein erfolgreiches Debüt für den türkischen Spitzenklub Fenerbahce gefeiert. © Provided by Spox The earlier national player Mesut Özil has celebrated a successful debut for the Turkish top club Fenerbahce.

Accordingly, Fenerbahce's World Champion and Current Profi of Fenerbahce, together with other investors, secured half of the shares in the Mexican Club Club Necaxa Association, the current tail light of the Mexican league.

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to those investors should also include the US actress Eva Longoria, as well as the model Kate Upton Velvet husband and baseball star Justin Verander.

was admitted to the deal by the Mexican Football Association but not yet. Further details - for example about what sum Özil invests exactly - are not up to date.

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