I will like to play for either Fenerbahce or the MLS League – Mesut Ozil says


In either January or the summer, the footballer is set to leave Arsenal.

Mesut Ozil has said that when he leaves Arsenal, he has no intentions of quitting, with his choice being a move to Fenerbahce or Major League Soccer.

In the dying embers of his Arsenal career, the former German international is totally frozen out of the picture by director Mikel Arteta.

Despite maintaining that he is fit and available for selection, Ozil has not featured for Arsenal since March, and it is a matter of whether he leaves in January or at the end of the season.

During his isolation from the pitch, the former Real Madrid man has been in active form on social media, and on Twitter, on Monday he held a question and answer session.

On a variety of subjects, he answered questions, with one being that he had no regrets about joining Arsenal.

Ozil was also asked if when he leaves Arsenal he wants to go into retirement, and the 32-year-old was unambiguous in his response.

I probably would,” he said when asked if, after leaving Arsenal, he would play on.” “Before I retire, there are two countries I want to play football in Turkey and the USA.

“The only way I could go to Fenerbahce was if I went to Turkey.”

Comments from Ozil only add fuel to the fire surrounding a transfer to Fenerbahce.

The Turkish giants have been closely linked to Ozil’s transfer, stating that a deal is being struck for him to go to the club in January.

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