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Tottenham coach Jose Mourinho has responded to a joke from his former protégé Mesut Özil. He wrote in a Q&A session on Twitter on Monday that he would rather resign than switch to Spurs. © Provided by SPOX Tottenham trainer Jose Mourinho responded to a joke from his former protégé Mesut Özil.
England icon Gary Lineker believes that both sides are to blame for the split between Mesut Özil and Arsenal FC. He encourages Werner and Havertz.
England's football icon Gary Lineker sees the unsightly separation ofand as blaming both sides.
"In my experience, clubs get away with something like this, in the end they often look like the victim, especially nowadays because so much money is thrown after the players," said Lineker of Sport Bild : "But tried something like this the club to manipulate the representation, Mesut Özil will try to manipulate that too. " ()
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Özil and Arsenal "like a very bad divorce"
Ultimately, both sides are losers for the 60-year-old. "This ends like a very bad divorce. It's a shame because Özil is such a great footballer who has given our sport a lot," said Lineker: "It's pretty sad to see how it ends. Many Arsenal- Fans turned against him without knowing the background. I think you have to blame both parties. Otherwise it won't end like that. "
Özil and Arsenal finally agreed to terminate the contract, the 2014 world champion is moving to Fenerbahce Istanbul, where he will initially playThe director hadn't played a game with the Gunners since March 2020. "He really had to leave the club now. There was no other way," said Lineker.
(SERVICE: Results and Schedule Premier League) Lineker believes in Werner and Havertz
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The former Germany international is on his way out of the Emirates StadiumOzil’s deal runs until June 30 but the playmaker will be free to depart in a matter of days.
The England legend also defends the German internationals Timo Werner and Kai Havertz after their difficult start at Chelsea. "Werner is okay so far, if not brilliant yet," said Lineker: "The goals will come. Havertz seems to me like a player who will take a little longer to get used to the pace here." Test
DAZN for free and experience international football highlights live & on demandThe two Germans moved to London in the summer for a total of around 130 million euros. Werner, who came from RB Leipzig, has provided nine goals and six assists in 28 competitive games so far. The former Havertz from Leverkusen scored five goals in 24 games and gave six assists. However, the 21-year-old playmaker had to struggle longer with the consequences of a corona infection at the end of 2020. Lineker is still not worried: "But I believe that they will still prevail. I've seen enough good approaches with both. Everything will be fine. You just need patience, even if that doesn't exist in football." Werner and Havertz cost Chelsea 130 million
Will Tuchel bring the turning point?The German duo could be helped by Thomas Tuchel's
commitment as team manager, which became public on TuesdayUnder his predecessor Frank Lampard, who was dismissed to ninth place on Monday after the crash, the two offensive players had not yet found their best position. Werner often switched back and forth between the wing and the attacking center, while Havertz has already played almost everywhere in midfield.
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