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ARSENAL old-timer OZIL discloses future scenarios

09.07.2020 19.26 by Claudio Colla  read 612
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According to The Sun, former German international attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil (31) revealed some of his closest friends he's going to leave Arsenal after current season's over, and is either joining Turkey or USA. Playing for Gunners since 2013/14, former Real Madrid playmaker has been linked to Fenerbahçe, Los Angeles Galaxy, and Inter Miami, indeed.

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