Ozil drops huge hint on who he will sign for as Arsenal exit looms

Date published: Tuesday 5th January 2021 8:42 - Isaac Johnson

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has fuelled speculation on which club he could leave for following a recent social media post.

The German international has been frozen out of the Gunners squad this season.

Indeed, the 32-year-old has not played a single minute for Mikel Arteta since March.

His contract is due to expire this season meaning he could leave for nothing after arriving for £42million in 2013.

As a result, the Mirror reports that Arsenal are looking to offload him for a fee this month.

Now, the source suggests that his recent Instagram post could indicate where he will leave for.



On Tuesday, the playmaker posted a photo of Istanbul, captioning the post: “This city… #Istanbul #throwback.”

The Mirror moots that a switch to Fenerbahce, who reside in the Turkish capital, has been on the cards and this post only reinforces this speculation.

Earlier on Tuesday, Turkish journalist Berkay Tokgoz tweeted that he thought a transfer to Fenerbahce was on the horizon.

He wrote: “The bomb of the year explodes. Mesut Ozil will join Fenerbahce. He will wear the No.23 jersey.”

Ozil is currently not training with the first team having been left out of the club’s Premier League and Europa League squads.

The World Cup winner has won three FA Cups with the Gunners during his seven-year stay.

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