Mesut Ozil’s social media attention gets him unlikely invite

Mesut Ozil can’t seem to escape the attention of the media, and us alike at Just Arsenal, and his social media posting has now seen him offered to join the team at BT Sport.

Jake Humphreys invited the former German international to join him for the Europa League action on Thursday, when the Gunners will take on Molde, with Ozil having been left out of the squad for the tournament.

The 32 year-old has been left out of the playing squad for both the Europa and Premier League, and will only be able to feature for the Under-23 side or in the FA or Carabao Cup competitions this term, and vowed to cheer on the team from in front of the TV on his social media last week.

He was then invited to take a spot alongside the BT Sport host the following week, but it remains to be seen if he will take up the offer.

The former Real Madrid star could well have other priorities however, with the transfer windows still open for some countries, although he still appears set on a stay with Arsenal, despite not being registered to play.

Sections of fans turned on Ozil a long time ago, with his monster playing contract believed to have been an issue for many, and his decision to stay and cash in despite extremely little chance of playing again must surely back up their thoughts.

Will Ozil take up the chance to feature on BT Sport’s coverage of our match? Could his future be in punditry?


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    1. Well Sue you must be happy because he has a new hair cut👱🏽‍♂️ Let’s hope he has a great game tomorrow.

  1. I have a suggestion which I hope we will all take up as a tactic to combat these constant OZIL articles. Instead of mentioning him at all, talk about anything else at all, Arsenal related of course, which takes your fancy. We need to deprive JO, opps I mean JA, of the oxygen of talking about whats his name.

    1. Well, you are commenting on an Ozil article though. Jokes aside, when is your third installment coming Mr.Fox? That series is really inspiring and educational.

  2. I would have thought that there were clauses in his contract, but none of us know how that is made up, of course.

      1. One would think so Ken, unless Arsenal management gives him approval to work with media, while still a “contracted player”.

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