Former Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is being tipped for a potential move back to England.
Ozil, 33, left the Gunners and joined Turkish side Fenerbahce over a year ago.
Since then, he has gone on to feature in 37 games, in all competitions, directly contributing to 12 goals along the way.
However, despite forcing a move to Turkey’s top-flight following a fractured relationship with Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, a recent report from TeamTALK has suggested the playmaker is already looking to move on.
One club heavily linked with offering the midfielder a way out is Championship side Hull City, who, with their new Turkish owners and according to these reports, are working to bring Ozil back to England – albeit, it’s second-tier.
Despite these reports, CaughtOffside understands that a move to Hull City will not materialise, with the midfielder more open to joining either Besiktas or Istanbul Basaksehir – both of whom are big admirers.
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Despite reports, Mesut Ozil will not be joining Hull City, CaughtOffside understands.
It is possible the midfielder joins Besiktas or Istanbul Basaksehir in the future. Both clubs really like him ??
No move to Championship though ? pic.twitter.com/2Tv15MmLu3
— CaughtOffside (@caughtoffside) April 3, 2022