MLS side attempts to help Arsenal offload Mesut Ozil

Turkish outlet, NTV Spor says that DC United has stepped up their pursuit of Mesut Ozil ahead of the next transfer window.

The German has been axed from the Arsenal first team and he is free to leave the club.

He hasn’t played for them since March and if he has any hopes of playing club football in the new year, then a move away from the Emirates would be best for him.

The report says that he has received a serious offer from the MLS side who are looking for a marquee signing.

They had Wayne Rooney on their books recently with the former Manchester United striker scoring 25 goals in 52 games for them.

The report says that DC United isn’t the only team that is interested in signing Ozil, the German is also considering offers from Qatar, Italy and Saudi Arabia.

Ozil will be free to start speaking to another team next month when he will have just six months of his current deal left at the Emirates.

Ozil has been out of the Arsenal first-team picture since March and it looks unlikely that he will play for them again.

The MLS season starts early in the year, but the report didn’t state if the Americans will look to sign him in the next transfer window.

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  1. Cant wait until hes someone else’s problem.
    I liked the guy thought he’d be bergkamp like but ah well.

  2. Don’t be mean to the player- from playing on the play station to the playing ground, ouch that is asking too much for just 350K/week. The player needs a hard earned rest for a year, so let him enjoy his well earned paid break after all these years of blood, toil and sweat for AFC. After all didn’t we win some 3 FA cups, CS, losing EL finalists (we should have won it had it not been for Iwobi’s failure to score 3 goals in 10 minutes ) since he joined us?

    1. I wonder why I sense sarcasm! I approve of it too. Anything to make clear the opinion of fellow realists about this bone idle, money grabbing leech and enemy of our club has my total support.

  3. Ozil wont leave until his contract is up,no one else is gonna pay him £350,000 a week.
    Wether he plays or not £350,000 a week and loyalty bonus’s for sitting on his arse,at 32 and past his best why would he swap clubs ?

  4. If he gets an offer of anything more than £350k/week he’ll go. The guy is just looking for money, he doesn’t care about football career anymore. Let him milk other clubs, as we are tired of the word Ozil

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