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Mesut Ozil unfollows Fenerbahce on social media after being told he will never play for club again

Mesut Ozil unfollows Fenerbahce on social media after new boss Jorge Jesus announced he will never play for the Turkish club again… with the former Arsenal star’s agent claiming he could move to ESPORTS at the end of his football career

  • Mesut Ozil’s time in Turkey seems to be coming to an end after 18 months
  • Jorge Jesus, Fenerbahçe’s new manager, insists he will no longer play for the club
  • Ozil has now unfollowed Fenerbahce on social media in light of Jesus’ comments
  • His agent Dr. Erkut Sogut has also revealed surprising potential plans for his client
  • Sogut Says He Can Trade Football For Fortnite When His Career Is Over

Mesut Ozil has unfollowed Fenerbahce on social media after new boss Jorge Jesus confirmed he was not part of his plans at the club.

Ozil’s nightmare in Turkey is coming to an end after Jesus said the 34-year-old Germany international would no longer play for them.

“He had his time, his space,” Jesus said at a press conference. “He has a beautiful history in Turkey, no one can take that away from him.

Mesut Ozil has unfollowed Fenerbahce on social media as he prepares to leave the club

Mesut Ozil has unfollowed Fenerbahce on social media as he prepares to leave the club

“He is a well-known player all over the world. But I’ll follow exactly what was the end of the Ozil era. The most important thing here is Fenerbahce and from there I build my ideas and the players who come to work with me.”

Despite his contract still having two years left, Ozil has unfollowed Fenerbahce on his various social media accounts, almost confirming that his time at the club is over.

He has not played in Turkey’s Super Lig since March 20 after being banned from the squad following an argument with interim head coach Ismail Kartal over his fitness.

Kartal didn’t get the managerial job permanently, but Jesus has promised to follow in his footsteps and keep the former Arsenal star, who earns £350,000 a week at Fenerbahce, away from the base.

New Fenerbahce manager Jorge Jesus said Ozil, 34, will no longer play for the Turkish club

New Fenerbahce manager Jorge Jesus said Ozil, 34, will no longer play for the Turkish club

Ozil could now be set to trade football for Fortnite, according to his agent Dr.  Erkut Sogut

Ozil could now be set to trade football for Fortnite, according to his agent Dr. Erkut Sogut

Sogut said his client was an avid FIFA and Fortnite player and said he

Sogut said his client was an avid FIFA and Fortnite player and said he “wouldn’t be surprised” if the midfielder turned into a professional gamer

Ozil’s turmoil in Turkey has forced him to look to the next steps in his career – and his agent Dr. Erkut Sogut has revealed that he can trade football for Fortnite.

‘He will get more into eSports, play himself and maybe become an eSports athlete’ Sogut told The Telegraph.

“He’s really good, to be honest, at Fortnite and I guess one day I wouldn’t be surprised if he joins.

“He’s got a team – M10 Esports – and he’s got players. He has a playhouse in Germany. He has football, like FIFA and Fortnite.”

Sogu’s comments may come as no surprise given Ozil’s love of gaming. In 2018, Arsenal manager Unai Emery had to deny that playing video games was behind a back injury the German suffered.

Ozil has been through a rough patch since he left Arsenal in January 2021 and Sogut believes the club could have handled his departure better.

Ozil made 36 appearances for the club, scoring nine goals, often being the captain

Ozil made 36 appearances for the club, scoring nine goals, often being the captain

He likes to relax by playing video games and his rep says it is a feasible way

He likes to relax by playing video games and his rep says it is a feasible way

Leading up to Ozil’s departure, the player criticized China for its mistreatment of Uyghur Muslims, while he himself came under fire for posing for a photo with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

“It was a club that was always politically neutral, but not neutral anymore, right? They’ve given up,” he added.

‘They can’t just remain neutral in certain situations. Now they have spoken to Ukraine. They now take a position as a club.

“Now they are candid about problems in the world who then Mesut said, ‘We don’t want to discuss things like that.’

“But it was a development I think, both for them and for a club, that things are changing and they have to adapt as well.”



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