Ozil did not want to go on loan in January

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Arsenal’s midfielder will not leave the club on a temporary basis.

Mesut Ozil does not want to leave the team on loan, but he is ready to consider options for a full-fledged transfer, the Daily Mail says.

According to the source, the Gunners were ready to send the player for six months to PSG, paying a smaller part of his salary, but the German did not leave London.

It is reported that the bosses of the Londoners would not mind to sell the football player, who earns 350 000 pounds a week, but such a high salary may make it harder for Ozil to search for a new team.

We told a few days ago that Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil’s representatives had already began to look for a new club for the player for the next season.

(Reporting by Dan McGlush, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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