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Mesut Ozil transfer: Arsenal star too expensive to sign, admit Fenerbahce

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  • July 11, 2019
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The Turkish Super Lig outfit have been heavily linked with the playmaker, as the Gunners reportedly seek to remove the 30-year-old from their wage bill.

Ozil, a former Germany international of Turkish descent, struggled to impress new Arsenal head coach Unai Emery last season and often found himself sidelined for the bigger games.

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In an official club statement, Fenerbahce confirmed their stance on Ozil to put an end to all the recent speculation.

“In recent weeks, and especially in the last few days, the necessity of providing information about the claims of Mesut Ozil which is on the agenda, to clarify the situation has arisen,” the statement read.

“Mesut Ozil, with his career and stance successfully represents our country abroad, is an important value known with the identity of Fenerbahce.

“However, Fenerbahce does not have an initiative for Mesut Ozil. Under the current economic conditions, such a step is not possible for both parties.”


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