Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil could be forced out of Arsenal with concerns raised over his inability to find his way into the Mikel Arteta team especially since the start of the season.

There have been speculations linking the former Real Madrid player away from the Emirates Stadium for a number of seasons but that is yet to happen.

While his huge weekly wage demand and transfer fee remains an issue for clubs to meet, the World Cup winner has continued to stress that he will not be leaving the club until he sees out his contract.

Commentators have therefore opined Mesut Ozil could change his stance on his Arsenal future and leave this summer as he might be growing frustrated by the lack of a call by manager Mikel Arteta for games, since the start of the season.

Mesut Ozil has not featured in any game and that could force him out of the club, a development that could mean good for the Gunners as they would be relieved of his huge financial burden of £350-weekly.

However, the 31-year-old is reported to be having offers from Japan, Qatar, Italy, USA, and Turkey and could consider any of them in the coming weeks should he find himself unfit at the Emirates Stadium.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.