The German striker is currently disqualified at Fenerbahce just a year after he signed them to end his dispute with the Gunners. The Premier League the party terminated the contract after his public conversation with the manager Mikel Arteta and he left for Turkey in January 2021.
But now he locked the horns out Fenerbahce boss Ismail Kartal and was then dismissed indefinitely. TeamTalk It is reported that Ilicali, who has ambitions to return Hala to the elite division of England after taking the club in January, is trying to give the player a grace out of the Super League and added his compatriot to the list also includes Dutch striker Ryan Babel.
Ozil moved to Arsenal from Real Madrid for a fee that was reported in 2013 to be £ 42.5 million. He played 254 times for the North London club, but at the end of his time at the Emirates he was not on the sidelines. Unai Emery used it periodically before Mikel Arteta completely stopped it. In 2020, he was sold to the Yellow Canaries as a free agent after his Arsenal cut his contract by six months.
But with the Turkish outfit it turned out to be relatively disappointing. Worse, the 33-year-old was recently rejected along with teammate Ozan Turfan. This comes when former Arsenal teammate Nacha Montreal told FourFourTwo that Ozil had “problems with everyone”.
He told the publication: “Ozil’s problem is that he had problems with everyone, it ended badly with Wenger, he hasn’t played with him in the last few games, then Emery tried to bring him back and make him our leader. Let’s start with the fact that he gave him a lot of confidence and Mesut played a lot, but the coach understood that there are other teammates who are in better shape.
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“Ozil was one of the best players on the team, one of the highest paid, but they saw that he was not at the level required. As a man, he was good to everyone, but he also missed a lot of games due to injuries. ”
But in December 2020, former Arsenal chief Arsene Wenger stressed that Asylum is “not difficult to manage”
“They were easy to manage,” Wenger told the Caught Offside podcast on ESPN. “He was a guy who had a special quality of creative player and he needed to have fun. He’s an artist and these guys are a little more sensitive. They need support and an environment that encourages them to present.”