Playmaker desperate for Mourinho link-up as contract talks loom


Manchester United have been linked with a move to sign Mesut Ozil for quite some time and the latest reports are in favor of the Red Devils.

He has already turned down an offer from Arsenal worth £235,000-a-week and is reportedly demanding closer to £300,000-a-week.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has refuted claims that Mesut Ozil has received a final "take-or-leave offer" at the Emirates whilst reiterating that talks are still ongoing with Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.

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The midfielder is also free to negotiate with teams outside of England as from January, while Arsenal may look to sell the player in the upcoming transfer window in order to receive a fee.

A new deal worth £235,000 a week has already been turned down, with the Germany global making it plain to friends he is eyeing a switch to United.

Supremely skilled and blessed with unbelievable vision, Ozil will definitely make the Manchester United tick along and it will be certainly interesting to see how Mourinho uses the 29-year-old playmaker if the move does come to fruition in the coming months.

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With Ozil's contract running out soon, it seems like the German superstar has made up his mind as to where he wants to play next season.

Jose Mourinho is believed to be keen to reunite with his former Real Madrid player at Old Trafford and Barcelona also have the German on their shortlist of targets.

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