Mesut Ozil's agent confirms Arsenal will make transfer decision

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Arsenal will make a decision regarding the future of Mesut Ozil at the end of the season, according to the player's agent. 

Dr. Erkut Sogut claims Turkish giants Fenerbahce are extremely interested in securing the services of the German international.

The Super Lig outfit have signed a number of high-profile players in recent times, including the likes of Robin van Persie and Nani. 


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As a result, it appears that they could swoop for Ozil in the near future, but it's far from certain as to whether the Arsenal hierarchy will enter negotiations over the former Real Madrid man. 

Since arriving on English soil in the summer of 2013, Ozil has failed to prove his credentials on a consistent basis in north London. The 26-year-old has, however, enjoyed a strong start to the season, but it appears that the club could yet decide to offload him next year. 

Speaking to Radyospor, Sogut stated: "Yes, Fenerbahce wants to sign Mesut Ozil. However, the main thing is he wants Arsenal.

"Arsenal will make a decision at the end of the season.

"However, it is very difficult to predict in advance that decision. If Arsenal agrees to the transfer, Fenerbahce will be a serious option for us."

Ozil must stay 

In truth, it has been a rollercoaster ride for Ozil in English football, but his extraordinary talent is there for all to see. Let's be honest, the German ace is a luxury player, but he's one of the most technically gifted stars in the division. 

Wenger must continue to utilise him over the coming months. There's no reason why the playmaker won't go from strength-to-strength in north London throughout the course of the campaign. 

Ozil's well aware of the demands of the Premier League and this season could prove his best one yet for the Gunners.

Do you expect Ozil to stay at Arsenal for the long-term? Have your say below! 

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