Arsenal are prepared to pay a part of Mesut Özil’s £350k-a-week wages in an try to pressure the German midfielder out of north London.
The 30-year-old is dividing opinion on the Emirates this season as he continues to overlook out on Unai Emery’s first workforce by a mix of accidents and tactical modifications, though gorgeous performances earlier within the marketing campaign have supplied glimpses into what Özil can convey to the present squad.
The Mirror claims that the place that Özil has discovered himself in has pressured Arsenal’s hand considerably within the switch market, and that the Gunners will subsidise the German’s wages in an try to pressure by a transfer away from the membership.
Groups in China, in addition to Italian giants Inter, have been linked with strikes for Özil within the build-up to the January switch window however to this point no gives have been tabled and it seems that the playmaker is glad to remain in north London.
Özil has made 212 appearances for Arsenal since arriving on the membership from Real Madrid in 2013, scoring 41 objectives and claiming 73 assists throughout all competitions.
For many of Arsène Wenger’s later years, together with Alexis Sánchez, the load of the membership’s ambition appeared to relaxation on Özil’s shoulders.
However followers are actually shifting away from the concept of the membership counting on one star participant, and as a substitute hoping for a squad that shares duty throughout the entire workforce, one thing which Özil would not seem to suit into.