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£42.4m Arsenal Signing Says NO To Loan Exit

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Mesut Ozil

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is reportedly not ready to leave the club on loan despite the fact that his career in North London has hit rock bottom.

This is according to the publication from popular English media outlet Daily Mirror which claimed that the World Cup winner is not in a rush to leave the club.

Arsenal are desperate to get his £350,000 weekly wages off their wage bill to the extent that club officials are willing to subsidise his salary for him to leave the Gunners on loan when the transfer window reopens in the summer.

There has been little in interest in 2014 FIFA World Cup winner.

Chinese clubs and Inter Milan have shown interest in the German playmaker though the Italians are only interested in taking him on loan.

Mesut Ozil signed for Arsenal from Spanish giants Real Madrid for a then club-record deal worth £42.4m (€50m) in the summer of 2013.

He has been a regular fixture in the Arsenal team until the summer when club manager Unai Emery replaced Arsene Wenger who had spent 22 years in the job.

Ozil had signed a three-year deal in February 2018 thus making him the highest paid player ever in the history of Arsenal at an astonishing £350,000 weekly wages.

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