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Özil, the astonishing about-face of Arsenal
© Supplied by Sports.fr The message is crystal clear. The Arsenal midfielder does not want to leave the Gunners. Mezut Özil insisted on this fact on the site The Athletic. The 2014 German world champion explained that despite some difficult periods, he wanted to complete his contract which will end on June 30, 2021. After being put on the shelf since the start of the season, Mesut Özil could finally have his luck during the next few months.
Mesut Özil is close to agreeing a settlement with Arsenal that would allow him to terminate his contract and join Fenerbahce this month. Terms with Fenerbahce are not expected to be a problem and his arrival in Istanbul should be confirmed as soon after loose ends with Arsenal are
BREAKING : Mesut Özil and Arsenal have an agreement in principle to terminate his contract with immediate effect. Fenerbahçe expect the 32-year-old to complete his move to this weekend, per @David_Ornstein. pic.twitter.com/aLhtArfbUg.
The end of the saga?
Free next June and pushed towards the exit by Arsenal, Mesut Özil would be very close to packing and leaving London. Arriving in England in 2013, the midfielder reportedly struck a deal with Gunners to terminate his contract, according to.
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Put away since the departure of Arsène Wenger, the former international German could bounce back in Fenerbahçe according to the English media. Recently, the 32-year-old said he would like to play in Turkey and the United States before the end of his career.
At least there he has a chance to win the championship.
Özil: "A dream of playing Fenerbahçe" .
© Supplied by Sofoot The dream of a lifetime. Arrived from Arsenal a few days ago , Mesut Özil was officially presented this Wednesday by Fenerbahçe. Originally from Turkey, the German international said he was “proud and happy to play for his favorite club. It's a dream for me to play here. I have played for great teams, but Fenerbahçe is a club that I love.
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BREAKING : Mesut Özil and Arsenal have an agreement in principle to terminate his contract with immediate effect. Fenerbahçe expect the 32-year-old to complete his move to this weekend, per @David_Ornstein. pic.twitter.com/aLhtArfbUg. twitter.com
Mesut Ozil could see his contract at Arsenal ripped upCredit: AFP - Getty. Now, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, the Gunners are ready to cut their losses six months Romano posted on Twitter that 'negotiations are still on' but that there has been no agreement to rip up his contract yet. www.thesun.co.uk
Arsenal are reported to have reached an agreement with Mesut Özil to terminate his contract early after seven years at the club.The Athletic is reporting that the 32-year-old is expected to travel.
Arsenal should never have given him that contract and sold him for asking for that pay rise but he His contract was 5 months from expiring when they renewed it and their fans would have started a riot if the The issue became when Arsenal replaced Wenger with a coach who wanted to really play a
Arsenal are now planning to sell also Papastathopoulos in the coming days, then they’ll work on new signings. Emi Buendia: contacts with his agent but no official bid from #AFC, as of today.
Max Kruse terminated his contract with Fenerbahce and moved to Bundesliga outfit Union Berlin prior to the start of the season. As Özil experienced firsthand with Arsenal , euphoria can also quickly turn to ridicule, malice or even hatred, particularly in Turkish soccer.
Ozil is Arsenal 's highest earner and his time at the Emirates looks to be drawing to a close after Fenerbahce sporting director Emre Belozoglu said "It appears there is still work to be done because of his wages and the six months remaining on his contract . "But it seems to be on the right path, and