Mesut Ozil Dumps Arsenal Ahead Of Fenerbache Move

File: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) posing with German footballer of Turkish origin Mesut Ozil (L) in London. AFP


Arsenal and Mesut Ozil may have reached an agreement to terminate the contract between them.

Reports say Ozil will be heading to Turkish giant, Fenerbache.

The Precision NG reports that the former Real Madrid midfield maestro though plays for the German national team, was of Turkish descent. also reports that Mesut Ozil’s seven-and-a-half year spell at Arsenal could come to an end as early as this weekend, with the Gunners star on the verge of leaving for Fenerbahce.

Talks have been ongoing for weeks between the club and Ozil’s representatives in a bid to reach an agreement over ending his £350,000-a-week contract – which expires this summer and still had around £7 million left to run – early.

Goal can confirm that an agreement which will allow the 32-year-old to end his stay in north London has now been reached in principle following a breakthrough in negotiations, with only a few finer details left to resolve.

Should things progress as hoped, sources at Arsenal expect Ozil to travel to Turkey in the coming days to complete a free transfer to Fenerbahce, the club he supported as a boy.

Speaking earlier in the month, Ozil’s agent Erkut Sogut said: “Everyone knows that Mesut is from Fenerbahce. Mesut is not just a football player. Mesut is Fenerbahce.

“He always said that if he came to Turkey, he would only play for Fenerbahce. I think it is very important that Mesut comes not only as a footballer but also as a lover of Fenerbahce.

“There is a process at the moment. We can’t say it’s over until we’ve signed it in the process. I hope so.”

Ozil joined Arsenal from Real Madrid in 2013 for what was then a club-record fee of £42m ($57m).

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