sport news Arsenal try to push through Mesut Ozil's departure

REVEALED: Influential members of Arsenal's squad support Mikel Arteta's decision to axe Mesut Ozil as Gunners try to push through his exit this month with £350,000-a-week exile star now willing to leave amid Fenerbahce and DC United interest Arsenal are trying to push through Mesut Ozil's exit in current transfer window  There is virtually no chance of the German's first-team Gunners exile ending  Playmaker Ozil, it is understood, is now finally open to leaving Emirates Stadium

By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail

Published: 20:58 GMT, 6 January 2021 | Updated: 21:04 GMT, 6 January 2021

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Arsenal are trying to clinch Mesut Ozil's early departure this month with the German's exile from the first team virtually certain to continue.

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Ozil, it is understood, is finally open to leaving the Emirates Stadium.

The World Cup winner was not included in Mikel Arteta's Premier League or European squads for the opening half of the season and has not played for the club since March.

Arsenal are trying to push through Mesut Ozil's departure this month following his exile

Arsenal are trying to push through Mesut Ozil's departure this month following his exile

Intriguingly, a number of influential members of the Gunners squad and staff agreed with Arteta's decision to axe the German amid concerns over his commitment.

But the former playmaker's miserable spell at Arsenal is finally drawing to a close.

His contract, which is worth £350,000 per week, ends in July - but negotiations are underway from both parties to seal an early exit this month.

Fenerbahce are long-term admirers, and his coup would be viewed as a significant statement from club president Ali Koc given Ozil's Turkish heritage. A number of MLS clubs - including DC United - are

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