Mesut Ozil's agent reveals 'positive' contract talks


Ozil has struggled for fitness since the beginning of this season, appearing in a handful of games for Arsenal.

The Germany worldwide is out of contract at the end of the season and is free to discuss terms with a foreign club once the transfer window reopens in January. He is now in the final year of the five-year contract he signed when joining from Real Madrid in 2013.

United would not be able to thrash out an agreement for the summer but are reportedly considering a winter move for the World Cup victor. "Who knows", Riedle told Omnisport, relayed by Goal.

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"Ozil is a quality player".

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The agent of Mesut Ozil has claimed that talks over extending the German playmaker's contract at Arsenal are now progressively positively, despite the seemingly interminable nature of negotiations. It's a really good option because we get another national player back in our league.

Manager Arsene Wenger has always had huge faith in Ozil and, although he has generally started him even after dispensing with the specialist No.10 role in his new 3-4-2-1 system, there is now increased competition for only three attacking places.

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