Mesut Ozil feels 'singled out' at Arsenal, won't exclude return to Germany
Mar 30 2017 by Marjorie Miles
NAIJ.com understands that Ozil will resume contract talks with Arsenal at the end of the season.
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Asked whether he could imagine a return to the Bundesliga, Ozil says: "I do not want to rule it out, and many family members - especially my mum - would be happy if I were closer to her".
MESUT OZIL HAS claimed he is usually the player to be singled out when Arsenal are struggling, but insists his record speaks for itself. "It gives me goose bumps every time the fans sing that song".
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The 28-year-old has come under scrutiny from his own supporters this season, being blamed for a handful of poor performances that coincided with a woeful spell of Arsenal form.
The midfielder also revealed that he still thinks fondly of former club Real, with whom he spent three seasons at - winning La Liga in 2012 and the Copa del Rey a year before.
Speaking to Sport Bild, the Arsenal ace was unwilling to confirm whether he is planning on staying in the Premier League this summer and said a return to his homeland would suit his family.
"Therefore I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Real, even against Bayern [Munich],' he added, referring to the clubs" impending clash in the Champions League quarter-finals'. I played Real Madrid and until today I still have a lot of friends in the first team and in the club.