After a topsy turvy season, our best assister, Mesut Ozil will not be leaving this summer despite finding himself out of favour at The Emirates.
Ozil seems to be doing a bit of ‘a Gareth Bale’ and blatantly biding his time on the sidelines for now while Mikel Arteta doesn’t seem too keen to use the German World Cup winner in his plans.
Ozil’s agent; Erkut Sogu claims that the assist king will not leave Arsenal this close season and is in no rush to leave before the end of his deal which comes to an end next summer, he would do well to check out the best USA casino sites while he’s sat on the bench.
“I do not think there will be a change in the case of Mesut Ozil until the summer of 2021, he has a contract. There is no change. He will remain in Arsenal. 90 percent he will leave Arsenal in 2021. Mesut to Asia, America or Turkey? Yes, maybe…”
The player was seemingly not in Unai Emery’s plans at the start of the season but was drafted in when Arteta took over. Yet since the restart, Ozil hasn’t featured at all apart from one game where he was pictured as a sub with a dainty umbrella to shield him from the sun, possibly playing online slots on his phone.
He’s missed the last ELEVEN games under Arteta and it’s pretty clear that we won’t be seeing him this weekend at Wembley Stadium.
Arteta has claimed that it’s ‘tactical reasons’ keeping Ozil from playing for Arsenal, and with just one game left this season, the FA Cup final against Chelsea on Saturday, it’s hard to work out where Ozil will feature in Arteta’s plans.
There’s clearly more to what’s happening than meets the eye, and with several American clubs along with Turkish side Fenerbache waiting in the wings to take a cut-price Ozil from Arsenal, we’ll have to wait and see what will happen to a player once lauded as the best number 10 in the world by many lauders.
Ozil has made 254 appearances and has notched up 44 goals and 77 assists but it’s pretty clear that something is going on behind the scenes, and whether or not Arsenal are keen to cash in on the player and remove a huge salary from the wage bill remains to be soon.