Arsenal decided to remove Mesut Ozil from the Europa League squad and even considered his ability to soon liquidate his contract. Arsenal considers Ozil a key investment to raise the club’s level. Unfortunately, after 7 years with the team, Ozil went from a player with a red carpet welcoming to the outcast, chased away from the club.
The British press simultaneously reported that Arsenal coach had decided to remove Mesut Ozil from the Gunners’ Europa League list this season. This can be considered the end of Ozil, and at the same time shows Arsenal’s clear attitude towards the German player. The Europa League is Arsenal’s digital priority this season, but Ozil is not in the plan to conquer that prestigious trophy.
The Daily Mail even reported some rumors related to Arsenal looking for a lawyer to soon liquidate the contract with Ozil. What happened to the Arsenal player who was once considered the savior? Why did he fall from the position of a superstar to the outcast, chased away like the present time?
Ozil’s laziness really makes many people uncomfortable, although in everyday life, this Turkish player is absolutely a man with a beautiful soul. A few days ago, The Guardian reported that Ozil was willing to pay his own salary with Jerry.
Jerry Quy has been with Arsenal for 27 years as an atmosphere stirrer. However, because Covid-19 prevented the audience from coming to the field, Arsenal had to cut off Jerry Quy’s role. Feeling that Jerry Quy is part of the Gunners history, Ozil automatically pocketed his money to pay the legendary character.
Unfortunately, Ozil’s beautiful gesture did not score at all in the eyes of coach Mikel Arteta. Simply put, what Arteta needed was expertise, not a beautiful heart.
Juan Mata thinks that Ozil is the role model of the extremely typical number 10 in ancient football. About 10 to 15 years ago, the kind of player like Ozil was very popular.
Those are players that only really work when they have the ball in their feet. They have good tactical vision, have the technique to manage them, and have a good pair of feet to pass the ball.