Mesut Ozil prepares to finally close Arsenal – more than 10 months after his last appearance with the club.
The midfielder – who aptly helped win over West Ham last March – has reportedly agreed to terminate his contract with Arsenal, paving the way for him to move to Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
Meanwhile, Arsenal is linked to a number of attacking midfielders as they look to bolster their creative options.
One of their previous goals is in talks with an unspecified English club, while another is set to become a free agent at the end of the season.
There is also an update on Arsenal’s search for a new goalkeeper to replace Bernd Leno.
Here is the Arsenal transfer tour on Sunday.
Ozil agrees to end the deal
Mesut Ozil’s move to Fenerbahçe took a big step towards completion after the midfielder agreed in principle to terminate his contract with Arsenal.
Ozil, 32, has claimed he will spend the remaining six months of his £ 350,000 a week deal in the Emirates.
But Sportsman Reports said the German World Cup winner was ready to terminate his contract in order to pave the way for a move to Fenerbahce.
The Turkish giants stirred the move on social media, while Ozil traveled to the Emirates for what might be the last time.
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Attacking midfielder update
Arsenal remains closely tied to a number of attacking midfielders across Europe as they look to solve their lack of creativity.
0-0 draw with Crystal Palace On Thursday, their flaws were revealed up front, and young Emil Smith Rowe will benefit from the competition for the 10th round.
French outlet Telefoot Marseille midfielder Morgan Sanson is alleged to be in talks with an unnamed English club about a transfer in January.
Meanwhile, the German publication picture Allegedly, Julian Draxler won’t be leaving PSG at the January window – but he has claimed that he will appoint his next club in March.
Draxler’s deal at the Parc des Princes ends at the end of the season, and the versatile attacking midfielder is often promoted to move to the Emirates in recent seasons.
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The Guardian is on the shortlist
Arsenal is keen to sign a new backup goalkeeper and shortlist Newcastle player Freddy Woodman, according to football. London .
Alex Ronnarson has been unconvincing since joining from Dijon last summer, while Woodman, 23, won the Golden Glove as England won the U-20 World Cup in 2017.
He’s been on loan for five spells away from St James’ Park and has been impressed over the past season and a half with Sonase.
Woodman has kept 13 clean sheets in 22 games at the tournament this season, while the report adds that his father is the head of Arsenal’s Under-23 goalkeepers.
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