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Where will Ozil play next season? 5 possible destinations if he leaves Arsenal

Date Posted,May 1, 2017

Mesut Ozil’s future at Arsenal looks even more uncertain after his angry reaction to being selected for a doping test following the Gunners’ defeat to Tottenham on Sunday.

The German playmaker has been continually linked with a move away from the club, despite a new contract on the table from Arsenal.

Ozil only has one year left on his current deal and Arsenal could cash in this summer to avoid losing him on a free next year.

His poor form, along with injury problems and the possibility of Arsene Wenger leaving himself, makes it more likely he will not lineup in an Arsenal shirt next season.

Here are five possible destinations for Ozil should he leave the Emirates this summer…

Manchester United

Mourinho coached Ozil at Real Madrid (Photo: Getty Images Europe)

Ozil could be top of Jose Mourinho’s Old Trafford wish list, as he prepares to spend big once again this summer in order to bridge the gap to Chelsea and Tottenham.

The 28 year-old played the best football of his career at Real Madrid, under Mourinho’s stewardship.

His 25 assists during the 2010/11 season was the highest in major European and domestic competitions.

Ozil’s form led Los Blancos to the La Liga title in 2011/12.

Mourinho rated the German international so highly that he compared the playmaker’s ability to provide assists to former world footballer of the year Zinedine Zidane.

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