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Profile of the German footballer Mesut Ozil, who currently plays as a midfielder at Arsenal. The 27-year old player Ozil joined Arsenal from and wears the number 11 shirt.

Mesut Ozil
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        (Squad number 11)

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Mesut Ozil Career
2006–2008Schalke 0430(0)
2008–2010Werder Bremen71(13)
2010–2013Real Madrid105(19)

2006–2007Germany U1911(4)
2007–2009Germany U2116(5)

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Mesut Ozil : Arsenal News
“Reports in Spanish publication Marca are claiming that Arsenal star Mesut Ozil is demanding to leave the club after knocking back their offer of a new contract.”
 Pop & Herald Today
“Leicester were bottom of the table when they last visited Arsenal a year ago and with the game falling on Valentine's Day, Wenger appreciates the romance of their rise. "For me the game is a joy and everybody has to be part of it.”
 gosporttimes.com Today
“Mesut Ozil v Cesc Fabregas is the debate that will never die. The German has undoubtedly been head and shoulders above his Chelsea counterpart this season, but has struggled to replicate his 2015 form in the early stages of this year.”
 Metro Yesterday
“Arsenal's players trained at the club's London Colney base on Saturday ahead of their crunch title clash with Leicester at the Emirates.”
 Mirror Yesterday
“According to a report from Spanish newspaper Marca, Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil has snubbed a new contract with the club, and could move on to Barcelona.”
 hitc.com Yesterday
“Arsenal are confident that Mesut Ozil will sign a new £180,000-a-week deal, reports say. Reports broke that the German star was hoping to leave the club in the summer.”
 Metro Yesterday
“Arsenal remain confident that Mesut Ozil will stay at the club past this season and sign a new contract, despite stories linking him with a move to Barcelona.”
 Daily Telegraph Yesterday
“Barcelona have reportedly sounded out Arsenal play-maker Mesut Ozil over a possible summer switch to Camp Nou, making informal contact with the player's agent to establish whether a move would be an attractive proposition.”
 theinsidekorea.com Yesterday
“Arsenal fans have understandably not taken well to the news that Mesut Ozil has rejected a new contract.”
 Caught Offside Yesterday
“Spanish newspaper Marca claim Ozil has turned down a two-year deal that would keep him at the Emirates until 2020.”
 The Daily Express Yesterday
Mesut Ozil Career Honours
  • Werder Bremen: DFB-Pokal: 2008–09
  • Real Madrid: La Liga: 2011–12
  • Real Madrid: Copa del Rey: 2010–11
  • Real Madrid: Supercopa de Espana: 2012
  • Arsenal: FA Cup: 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Arsenal: FA Community Shield: 2015
  • Germany: FIFA World Cup: 2014
  • Germany: UEFA European Under-21 Championship: 2009
  • 2009 UEFA European U-21 Championship Final – Man of the match.
  • Bundesliga Top assists 2009–10 (17)
  • FIFA World Cup 2010 Man of the Match: vs. Ghana
  • 2010 FIFA World Cup – Most assists (3, shared with Thomas Muller, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Kaka, and Dirk Kuyt)
  • 2011–12 La Liga Most assists (17)
  • UEFA Euro 2012 – Most assists (3, shared with Steven Gerrard, Andrei Arshavin, and David Silva)
  • UEFA Euro 2012 – Man of the match: Germany vs Portugal, Germany vs Greece
  • 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification – UEFA Group C: Highest goalscorer (8 goals)
  • UEFA Best Player in Europe Award 2012 (10th place)
  • UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament: 2012
  • UEFA Team of the Year: 2012, 2013

    Source: wikipedia.org

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