Photo – Ozil’s brother as good as confirms Fenerbahce deal

Arsenal fans have been waiting on tenterhooks to find out if and when Mesut Ozil’s time at the Emirates has finally come to the end, and although we have had many rumours, today we have received the biggest hint so far.

Ozil’s brother Mutlu has added a post on his Instagram account showing the Fenerbahce badge with a winking face emoji. Hmm I wonder what that could mean!

Is this goodbye Ozil?

READ MORE: Latest news says Ozil is in “very advanced talks”


      1. Dan: That’s an exaggeration. The deal is only 400k a day.
        BTW there are also rumors that Ozil’s dog is being fitted with titanium teeth and paid for by Kroenke himself.

        On a more serious note, Martinelli injuries are disheartening and start reminding me of Abu Diaby and Roseky. The kid deserves a break.

  1. The uncertaintly regarding this winking face emoji , perfectly makes my argument that emojis seem clear to the person using them, but as we are not mind readers, others seeing them may not be sure what they mean.

    As I constantly seek the clear opinions of all I ask again, esp of those who like Sue, use them constantly, to start using words instead.

    WORDS ARE CLEAR ; EMOJIS ARE NOT, as this article shows only too well. Some think I am against emojis for other reasons but I am NOT. But merely because I like to know PRECISELY what others think.

    I also realise some are also afraid of using words that contain actual substance and feel rather sorry for them, as that is a huge handicap in life, where proper human communication – so important, esp at this Covid time – is so vital.

    1. Fenerbache fans have been crying out for Ozil for years. Would be pretty cruel to play a trick on them like this. Some pretty reliable journalists have been saying talks going on so hopefully this the is real deal and finally the end of this guy at our club.

      1. With Galatasaray and Besiktas players waiting with bated breath, to see what he is made of. A high profile often comes with a price.

  2. Dan, the club should prepare to subsidize no more than £1000 a week of Ozil wage in any deal for the next six months period and we move on

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