Turkish Joy: Ozil Leaves Arsenal for Free in Fenerbahce, Under Cash – Soccer Sports

By Andrew Warshaw

January 25 – The cost of moving to Arsenal more than seven years ago was around £ 42 million. After that, according to club records, Germany won the World Cup and won a spectacular weekly fortune, but now it’s a completely free transfer.

One of the most famous mysteries of the English Premier League, Mesut Özil, he claims to have completed a free transfer to Turkey’s Fenerbahce, despite being a “lifelong gunner.”

In a strange move, Fenerbahce, who is in huge debt due to his huge wage demands, pays Ozil by donating money to the club after Arsenal’s contract ends six months early. I asked my supporters to help me.

“I have a request for my fans. Please continue to support us. We also rely on your financial support,” said Ozil, who supported the club as a boy, with a three-and-a-half-year contract. Arikochi, president of Fenerbahce, said.

When his move was confirmed, Turkish ancestor Ozil reportedly earned £ 350,000 a week in honor of Arsenal without mentioning manager Mikel Arteta.

“The support I’ve felt from the team and fans while I’m here is really great and I’m always grateful,” said Ozil, who refused to reduce the amount last summer when Arsenal was trying to balance the book. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

“We won the trophy together for the first time in a few years and made a lifelong memory. Arsenal fans will remain in my heart forever.”

He was a member of the German World Cup championship team in 2014, but four years later when the country entered the group stage, everything became sour.

In a surprising move that spilled over into politics, Ozil quit international football at the age of 29, claiming that he could no longer accept the “racism and contempt” he faced over Turkey’s roots. It all stems from being photographed with the controversial Turkish President Recep Erdogan. Not surprisingly, Erdogan’s government praised Ozil at the time.

Ozil had been on the sidelines for months in Arsenal (excluded from the Champions League and Europa League teams), but the excitement of the transfer announced his transfer to Fenerbahce on Twitter within 30 minutes. The post has been retweeted more than 105,000 times. Since then, more than 300,000 Fenerbahcefans have tracked his private jet from London.

“The past few months haven’t been the easiest. Like all players, I want to play soccer every minute for my team,” he said when he left London. “But in life, things don’t always do what we expect or want.”

Now he has a second chance to prove that Arsenal’s defeat is in the interests of someone else.

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– Soccer Sports

Turkish Joy: Ozil Leaves Arsenal for Free in Fenerbahce, Under Cash Turkish Joy: Ozil Leaves Arsenal for Free in Fenerbahce, Under Cash

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