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Arsenal targeting 'the next Mesut Ozil', Lille's Yusuf Yazici

Sun 22 November 2020 | 19:37

Arsenal could wind up supplanting Mesut Ozil with a player who has been contrasted with the German World Cup victor and Yusuf Yazici is supposed to be regarded by connections to Mikel Arteta's side.

The gunners could be going to recruit another

Mesut Ozil

from Lille midfielders

Yusuf Yazici

The previous Real Madrid midfielder is out of the agreement in the late spring and is set to leave following seven full seasons at the club after descending the hierarchy in the squad under Mikel Arteta. 

Even though he took part in their first-team photograph for the season a week ago, the 32-year-old was never enlisted for

Premier League


Europa League

this season. 

With him leaving, an immense amount of wages will be set free at the Emirates a portion of that could be utilized in marking 23-year-old midfielder Yazici. 

The Turkey international keeps on dazzling everyone since joining




, with 8 goals and 5 assists in his initial 37 appearances for the club. 

Six of those goals are scored as two hat-tricks games against Sparta Prague and AC Milan in the Europa League, a competition where he could wind up confronting the Gunners. 

The player's representative, Adem Cebeci, has even expressed their appreciation by links to



“In Lille, he works with the best. Yusuf feels right at home here to work on his weaknesses – speed and speed,” Hurriyet report.

“They want to use his full potential and sell him to even bigger clubs for a lot of money. We are honoured that big clubs have had an eye on him.”

As per Sun reported the possible attention, Lille chairman Christophe Galtier expressed his admiration towards the player



brings something different to our play with his left foot, his shot and his vision." he explained.

“When he is between the lines, he has his vision and the quality of his left foot.

“He’s obsessed with the goal. It’s important for him and the team, I’m very happy for him.

“Recently, he has not been happy, and I can tell you that he is happy in the dressing room.”

source: SportMob