Mesut Ozil ‘Agrees 3-year Deal With’ Fenerbahce in Turkey

Mesut Ozil 'agrees 3-year deal with' Fenerbahce in Turkey

Mesut Ozil ‘agrees 3-year deal with’ Fenerbahce in Turkey. After the midfielder allegedly decided to join Turkish side Fenerbahce, Mesut Ozil is set to eventually end his career at Arsenal.

The German footballer joined the Gunners from Real Madrid in 2013 but has been out of coach Mikel Arteta‘s plans since he took charge in December 2019.

Reports in Turkey say that a 32-year-old dream move is set to reach the 19-time Turkish league champions this month.

He settled to a three-and-a-half-year extension, the article said, which puts his £ 350,000 per week deal at Arsenal to an end.

A throwback photo was posted on Tuesday night by Ozil, who had been in talks with US side DC United. January 5, in Istanbul, on his Twitter with the caption: ‘This city.

He was paid a club-record fee of £ 42 million by Arsene Wenger, and went on to make 184 Premier League appearances and score 33 goals.

Ozil also won 2 FA Cups and Community Shield in Arsenal.


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