Mesut Ozil ‘agrees Fenerbahce deal’ as Arsenal exit now appears imminent

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Mesut Ozil looks set to finally turn his back on Arsenal and leave the Emirates Stadium as he has reportedly signed for Fenerbahce.

According to Turkish outlet NTVSpo, a deal has been agreed between the club and Ozil.

It is claimed a three-and-a-half-year contract has been lined up for the World Cup winner.

And it now appears inevitable that the 32-year-old's Arsenal career will come to a sad end imminently.

Mikel Arteta has outcasted the £350,000-a-week superstar playmaker this season.

He was not included in the Gunners' Premier League squad or their Europa League one.

Arsenal have been struggling badly in the meantime, leading to pleas from fans and pundits for Ozil to be recalled for the second half of the campaign, to give the team some much-needed creativity.

But the playmaker's 2021 looks set to be spent away from north London.

Arsenal have been seeking a solution to offload Ozil for some time, and it now seems Turkish giants Fenerbahce will provide him with an escape route.

His huge salary at the Emirates has proved problematic in landing him a new team.

DC United have been linked as a potential option in the January transfer market, with a lucrative switch to the MLS touted.

However, Turkey could suddenly become the former Germany international's destination instead.

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