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Ozil shows up Turkey to finish Fenerbahce move

Mesut Ozil has landed in Turkey to finish his change to Fenerbahce.

The Arsenal untouchable flew to Istanbul on Sunday after he was allowed to finish paperwork for the Super Lig club on a free exchange.

Fenerbahce transferred photos of the 32-year-old – hung in a club scarf – venturing off a personal luxury plane close by the subtitle: “Our club is carrying Mesut Ozil to Istanbul to proceed with the exchange cycle.”

Ozil additionally flaunted an image inside the plane close by spouse Amine Gulse and their girl, Eda.

Prior in the end of the week, Arsenal had consented to end the £350k seven days star’s agreement.

Ozil waved farewell to the Emirates in a post on Instagram prior to stating his goodbyes to his Gunners colleagues.

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Ozil likewise disclosed to Turkish TV channel NTV: “I am energized and cheerful.

“I am a Fenerbahce fan. As a Fenerbahce fan, god made it conceivable to wear that shirt. I will give a valiant effort.

“Around evening time I will come to Istanbul with my family. The flight time isn’t clear. I’ll be there around evening time.”

Ozil additionally tweeted an image of his ‘MO’ logo in Fenerbahce’s club tones – yellow and blue.

He even made it his Twitter symbol to additional sledge home his obligation to his childhood club.

Ozil had been frozen out by Mikel Arteta subsequent to being hacked out from the Premier League and Europa League crews in October.

The ex-Germany global joined Arsenal from Real Madrid in 2013, scoring 33 objectives and adding 54 aids 184 Premier League games.

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However, Ozil hasn’t played for the club since the 1-0 success over West Ham in March having been frozen out by Arteta.

In a Twitter Q&A recently, Ozil conceded his adoration for Fenerbahce and even contrasted them with Real Madrid.

He stated: “I grew up as a Fenerbahce fan as a child in Germany – each German-Turkish individual backings a Turkish group when they experience childhood in Germany.

“What’s more, mine was Fenerbahce. Fenerbahce resembles Real Madrid in Spain. The greatest club in the nation.”

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