Mesut Ozil would opt for MLS or Turkey after leaving Arsenal | MLS Sports

Speculation that Mesut Ozil could be close to a jump to the MLS has risen this offseason, and the midfielder now says that U.S it is one of two countries he hopes to play in before retiring.

Ozil revealed it during a question and answer session with fans on his personal Twitter account, citing U.S and Turkey as the two countries you would like to compete in when you finish your career in the Arsenal.

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The talks about the departure of the German attacker from the Arsenal have risen for weeks as the technician Mikel Arteta does not use it. Ozil has been linked to again D.C. United, which has reportedly already made an offer.

However, Fenerbache could represent a difficulty for Ozil move to MLS, since the Turkish club is also closely linked to him. In the same question and answer session on Monday, Ozil said he was a fan of Fenerbache when I was a kid.

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Ozil has not played for him Arsenal since March, despite being one of the highest paid players in the Premier League. The 32-year-old has been in the Arsenal since 2013, establishing itself as an elite playmaker who also has stops in Real Madrid, Werder Bremen and Schalke 04.

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