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Estranged Arsenal midfielder, Mesut Ozil, agrees deal with Fernabache

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Mesut Ozil is finally set to bring his estranged relationship with Arsenal to an end after agreeing to a three-year deal with Turkish side, Fernabache.

The 32-year-old who signed for Arsenal from Real Madrid in 2013 will move on an initial loan deal on till the end of the season before completing a permanent deal worth €5m a year.

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Ozil earned a whooping which £350,000 per week during his time at Arsenal after signing a new contract in January 2018.

The German who was signed by Arsene Wenger for an undisclosed believed to be around £42.5 million (€50 million) for a five-year deal was instrumental to the club’s FA Cup victory on three occasions.

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Ozil would later have a fallout with then manager Unai Emery and he has been exiled from the first-team since the start of the 2020/21 season.

He is yet to feature for Arsenal under the reign of Mikel Arteta. He also did not make the former Manchester City assistant coach’s Premier League squad.

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