May 24, 2024

Mesut Ozil Refuses To Mention Arsenal In Video With Fan, “it’s not gonna happen.”

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Mesut Ozil has disappointed Arsenal fans by refusing to say the club’s name in a TikTok doing the rounds on social media.

Ozil was Arsenal’s record signing in 2013, joining in a £42.5 million move from Real Madrid on deadline day.

He went on to make 254 appearances, scoring 44 goals and assisting 72 times.

But towards the end of his tenure the World Cup winner was completely frozen out by Mikel Arteta and omitted from Europa League and Premier League squads.

After the suspension of the Premier League in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ozil didn’t pull on the Arsenal shirt again.

And it would appear as though he is trying to forget he ever played for the club. In a video uploaded on TikTok, a fan wearing an Arsenal jacket filmed a selfie video with the Fenerbahce player.

He had asked him to say, “Ya Gunners ya”, which is the phrase he would use in videos and even hashtagged on Twitter.

But Mesut Ozil was having none of it and replied, “No no, it’s not gonna happen.”

The fan did manage to get a picture with Ozil but in a tweet sent before the meeting, it appears as though he was trying to get the playmaker to sign an Arteta Arsenal shirt and wasn’t successful.

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