“The best no 10 in the history of Mannschaft” – Arsenal teammate says his goodbyes to Mesut Ozil

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Arsenal midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, who is currently on-loan at Hertha Berlin, has taken to Twitter to say his goodbyes to Fenerbahce bound Mesut Ozil.

Ozil is (finally) on his way out of Arsenal, who have struggled to shift the German, even with him evidently not in Mikel Arteta’s plans at the Emirates.

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Even though he won’t have had too many admirers in North London upon his departure from Arsenal, he certainly had one in Matteo Guendouzi – albeit, the midfielder resides in Berlin at current.

As news broke that Ozil’s time as an Arsenal player was to come to an end, with the German World Cup winner set to move to Turkey, Guendouzi opened his Twitter app to send his well-wishes to his former teammate.

That’s high praise from the Frenchman, to brand Ozil the greatest number 10 in German football history, but with his CV – can you really argue with that assessment?

It’s easy to forget just how good Ozil was during his pomp. Guendouzi is clearly not one of the fickle ones in Arsenal that have turned their backs on him.

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  1. Sigh of relief in regards to Ozil departure. Cant say I am gonna miss him. He was good but still did’nt consider him topnotch in the league of Pirez. As time went on I developed a dislike for a guy who could’nt tackle and ran like he is 1 armed or that his other arm is decapitated. It might sound bizarre but that’s my thinking not yours so bear with me.
    As many other Gooners I was offended by this constant negative portrayal in the media. This had taken away my love for the club which prompts me to read everything Arsenal no matter which paper. Lately, there has been a constant attack of Arsenal or just blaming the club for misery the innocent Ozil is going through.
    That he is going away gives me enormous relief and wish him well.

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