EPL: Ozil’s career at Arsenal is over – Ian Wright

July 22, 2020
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Arsenal legend, Ian Wright, has claimed Mesut Ozil’s career at the club is over.

Ozil hasn’t played for the Gunners since the Premier League restart.

The German playmaker was once again left out on Tuesday night, as Arsenal lost 1-0 at Aston Villa.

Ozil, 31, didn’t even make the squad for the trip, despite Arteta being able to select nine substitutes.

Despite being a regular when Arteta arrived, Ozil has now been estranged and Wright believes he won’t play for the club again.

“I think that he’s gone,” Wright said, speaking to Premier League Productions.

“It’s all about attitude. The thing is when you look at Dani Ceballos he had an attitude problem, Mikel turned him round and now he’s in the team.

“Mikel’s given people the opportunity to get into the team if their attitude is right but at the minute their attitude is not right.”

Ozil has reportedly turned down an offer to join fernerbahce

It is believed the Turkish club cannot pay him close to the £350,000 he earns at the Emirates.

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