There has been constant reports suggesting that Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is ready to quit the gunners in January and it is said that Beskitas is the club that is most interested in the German international because they have been long term admirers of the player even back when he was still at Real Madrid.
The report says that Arsene Wenger has no objections if it is the player makes the choice to leave the Emirates Stadium, but the manager will need the club that wants to get the German international should pay in between £50-£65 million, an amount which is more than the money that they got him in 2013.
It is reported that the Arsenal officials are disappointed with the news surrounding the future of the 27 year old and it seems Mesut Ozil has told them that he is not ready to discuss a new deal with the gunners because he would like to run out his contract or leave in January. It is reported that Arsene Wenger would opt to cash out the German international in the winter transfer window instead of losing him for free when he could have sold him and got a replacement but the supporters are worried that Wenger may sell Ozil and just save the money for the next summer transfer window because he has always agitated for the removal of the January transfer window.
Mesut Ozil has spent at the Emirates stadium four years and he has been very impressive there as he has helped them win three FA Cup and even got close to breaking Arsenal legend Thiery Henry‘s assist record but was less of one in breaking it. There are a number of clubs that are interested in signing Mesut Ozil in January but the ones most interested are Manchester United and Inter Milan but it is said that Ozil prefers. the red devils because he wants to be reunited with Jose Mourinho.
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