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“The Night Player” enters the professional world of “Video Jim”!

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Reda Saleem (Dubai)
German Fenerbahce player Mesut Ozil is turning to professional electronic games, after the major disagreements between him and his club that led to his suspension, but the “night player” is looking for a new opportunity in “Video Gym” after he finds himself departure from the Turkish club was approaching. He retired from football permanently and devoted himself to the practice of electronic football in light of his crisis with the Turkish club’s management, forcing his departure before the end of his contract, which runs until 2024.
Ergot Sogut, Ozil’s agent, confirmed the possibility of his retirement and moving into the world of electronic games, saying: “He will go to the world of electronic games and maybe become a professional player, especially in “Fortnite” and owning a team, players and a house furnished for this purpose in Germany, he likes football games like FIFA and also Fortnite.”
And Mesut Ozil decided to cancel his follow-up of all accounts of Turkish club Fenerbahce on social media, coupled with the fact that his name was linked to leaving the team, following the statements of his coach, who previously confirmed that it was not the intention to count on him in the near future, according to the British newspaper “The Sun”.
Fenerbahçe coach Jorge Jesus confirmed that Mesut Ozil’s time with the team has ended and that he will not play with his team during his training period, and that the club no longer needs his services to decide to permanently stop him from participating in the team. do not state the reason for the dispute.
Masoud has only appeared in 23 games since the start of his career with Fenerbahce in the Turkish league, scoring just 8 goals and scoring two goals, after signing him with Arsenal in 2021 and earning £350k a week.
Ozil had recently visited Indonesia and received a great reception, and posted a video clip of the visit to his Twitter account, and the visit was behind what was reported that the player was going to play in the Indonesian league.
Ozil joined Arsenal in 2013 from Real Madrid for €47 million after 3 seasons with the “Royal” and played 254 matches with Arsenal, scored 44 goals and assisted 77, crowned the FA Cup 3 times and the Charity Shield once and reached the 2019 European League final.

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