There has been continuous transfer speculations on the future of Mesut Ozil who is yet to sign a new contract with the gunners.
Mesut Ozil has been at the Emirates stadium since 2012 and the player is reported to have refused to pen to paper to a new contract even though Arsenal are reported to have tried starting negotiations but have failed.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has given out his prediction and speculation on where he believes the German international will end and he says that Mesut Ozil will be going to Manchester United.
“Mesut Ozil to Manchester United on a free looks a shoo-in. I am sure Jose would love to do that.’ the legend told BBC SPORT.
‘That would frighten me to death. He is a great talent and having great players around him would lift him up as well.’
‘I am sure him and his agent would not push it this far if they were going to sign for Arsenal.”
The legend believes that the German international will surely be joining the Red devils in the January transfer window because Manchester United boss has always admired the former Real Madrid star. There has been various reports linking the German international to many top European clubs but it is said that Manchester United are favourites to capture the signature of the World Cup winner.( PICTURE: GETTY)
Mesut Ozil is an important player at the Emirates stadium and he is a very creative player that can no doubt attract interest from a number of clubs, it is said that the German international no longer fancies being at the Emirates stadium anymore and he is ready to start new life at the Old Trafford because it is said that Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho would like to b reunited with Ozil.
The gunners have been trying to convince the 29 year old to stay at the Emirates stadium for months now but the German international is said to have instructed his agent to listen to offers from other clubs. Mesut Ozil missed the Burnley match due to illness but some football analysts say that the player faked to be sick in order to show he doesn’t want to play for Arsenal any more.