Ozil situation stopping Arsenal from making move for former Premier League star

Arsenal has been linked with a move for Christian Eriksen as he continues to struggle in Italy.

The Dane left Tottenham for Inter Milan in the last January transfer window as he wanted a new challenge.

It hasn’t turned out well for him at the San Siro, and he is now looking for a new team.

Arsenal is struggling with creativity at the moment and the Gunners will make good use of any talented playmaker that they can find.

Inter Milan is open to selling Eriksen, and despite his previous stint with Tottenham, it seems that the Dane would not mind moving to Arsenal.

Gazzetta dello Sport report says that the Gunners have interest in him, however, they will have to solve their Ozil problem before they can sign him.

Ozil has been sidelined at the Emirates, but the German remains one of the club’s highest earners.

They have been keen to get rid of him for some time now but he has remained adamant that he will see out his contract with them.

He has six months left on his current Arsenal deal and next month is another opportunity for them to offload him.

Arsenal will hope to get a team that can take him on loan for a part of wages so that they can bring Eriksen in.

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8 Comments

  1. Davi says:

    This would be a bad move anyway in my view. Get someone with something to prove.

  2. Grandad says:

    I agree Davi. We already have Willian so let’s not compound our mistake by bringing in another player who is on the downward curve.

  3. lcw says:

    So why don’t they swap him with Ozil?

    1. Goonster says:

      No one wants princess Ozil. That’s the problem.
      😊

    2. John Ibrahim says:

      swapping require agreement from both players as well as from the club….

      Ozil may not want the move

  4. Havyn says:

    No one wants the so called assist King Ozil who lives on past glory

    1. Declan says:

      Good, we don’t want Eriksen.

  5. Phil says:

    Plenty want him PAL just not his wages.

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