Mesut Oezil has been a key role in Arsenal’s squad for the past six years. But now, Unai Emery, Arsenal manager has confirmed that Mesut Oezil will no longer play a part in his Arsenal rebuild next season. The Gunners are prepared to subsidize his enormous salary in order to engineer his exit.
In fact, the-30-year-old signed a new long-term contract with The Gunners around 18 months ago worth a staggering 350.000 pounds-a-week. But sadly Mesut Oezil has failed to justify his superstar status and is set to become the highest profile departure in what is destined to be a major summer clear-out.
Mesut Oezil’s star has waned to such a degree that led him to hauled off with 10 minutes remaining of Wednesday’s catastrophic 4-1 at the Europa League final defeat against Chelsea. At that game, he is replaced, pointedly, by academy graduate Joe Willock.
Mesut Oezil Failed To Be Arsenal Leader
The former Real Madrid playmaker was heavily criticized for his performance by many people. One of them is Cesc Fabregas, his former teammates at The Gunners who is now a pundit for BT Sport. He told mobile slot Malaysia when Mesut Oezil at The Real Madrid’s side, he was surrounded by top players and one of the best player in the history of the sport, Cristiano Ronaldo. And at the time he believed Mesut Oezil played top football with The Los Blancos. But he also believed, when a player steps down a little bit, they also have to show themselves a little bit more because they don’t have the same quality around them anymore. He also thinks that Arsenal buys Mesut Oezil to be the actual leader around the club, but now he realized that Mesut Oezil doesn’t have that in him to carry. He also claimed he and Mesut Oezil does not train together every day, but he feels Mesut Oezil doesn’t have something in him to be a leader.
To be honest, Mesut Oezil transfer rumor has been heard for the past years as many believed he’s performances with the squad is just below the expectation. And now, Unai Emery has finalized his decision about Mesut Oezil’s future.