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How much of Mesut Ozil salary should Arsenal subsidise to get rid of him in return for a transfer fee of £30 Million?  

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Admin Martin
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18/06/2019 12:42 am  

Apart from a very tiny minority Mesut Ozil is one of the most unpopular players at Arsenal, if not the most unpopular and the club are desperate to get rid of him.

But how desperate, how much of his wages should they subsidise to get rid of him in return for a transfer of £30 Million?

How much of Mesut Ozil salary should Arsenal subsidise to get rid of him in return for a transfer fee of £30 Million?

  • Up to £100k per week (36%, 21 Votes)
  • None (31%, 18 Votes)
  • Up to £200k per week (24%, 14 Votes)
  • All £350k per week (10%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 59

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18/06/2019 11:16 am  

I do not see anyone taking Özils full wage AND give us a transfer fee. If he stays we pay his full wage. If he leaves and we pay his full wage BUT get 30 million in transfer fee, we have made a steal!

 


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jon fox
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18/06/2019 1:33 pm  

We need  to get rid of this total fraud  ASAP. If   we are offered £30 mill by  an onvipously suicidal intent club, then we should grab their hand of as it means we will have got the fraud out of our club at long last . Even if that means having to pay all his contract wages up  first it astill meqand  we will only lose a modest amount from no2w on. The REAL damage has already been done and  cannot be undone. The catastrophically stupid decision to award this idle coaster  the huge contract he has is STILL  weekly, damaging us.


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ken1945
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18/06/2019 6:17 pm  

Jon, how many total frauds is that you have identified from the squad inherited by Unai Emery?

I believe it amounts to the entire playing staff and yet, with Unai choosing to play Ozil, the club appeared in a european cup final and fifth (most agree it should have been third) in the premiership.

If Unai can do this in his first season, along with all the other fraudulently injured players, Ozil will be a valued member of his squad.

As for his salary, it seems that only 49 fans are bothered (latest poll figures) and as kronkie signed his contract and, currently, doesn't seem to have an issue with it, I don't see what the fuss is all about.


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jon fox
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18/06/2019 6:24 pm  

 Your words  about the  "entire playing staff" Ken, not mine. I never said that, so please do not tell lies about what I write. My views on Ozil are consistent and have nor  changes for some years now. I do  link the equally lazy Mkhi wIth Ozil though. Perhaps you missed the recent fan poll on here when 87% wanted OZIL OUT.


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18/06/2019 9:10 pm  

I would be thrilled if Özil found his past form. But over 2 years of decline is not a temporary loss of form. If he has not found his way back with two different managers in two different seasons, there is little to suggest he will suddenly shine again. But if he does, I would be super happy. 

That said, I would not give Özil anymore chances seeing as it hurts the teams performance to have one player who consistently underachieves. I am fully aware that others feel differently about Özil, but this is my view.


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18/06/2019 10:47 pm  
Posted by: jon fox

We need  to get rid of this total fraud  ASAP. If   we are offered £30 mill by  an onvipously suicidal intent club, then we should grab their hand of as it means we will have got the fraud out of our club at long last . Even if that means having to pay all his contract wages up  first it astill meqand  we will only lose a modest amount from no2w on. The REAL damage has already been done and  cannot be undone. The catastrophically stupid decision to award this idle coaster  the huge contract he has is STILL  weekly, damaging us.

I would take less than £30mill Jon. 20mill and call it a day for me. I'm fine biting that bullet. He just has to get the heck out of our club. His attitude and lack of caring is poisonous enough in terms of reasons he has to leave. I was happy with him leaving for free last season. More than happy actually and first thing I said after we gave him that contract was how massive of a mistake it was.


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18/06/2019 10:59 pm  

Jon, I can name the players you insisted were dross and should be sold as AW's dross.

Bellerin, Chambers, Holding, Kolasinac, Kos (although you did change your mind when he came back), Myk, Ozil, Iwobi, Xhaka, Elneny,  Jenks: I said "I believed it was the entire playing staff", Aba, Lacs, Cech and Monreal were those who escaped your criticism. Everyone else you wanted out, are you know changing your views on any of the above players?

You also said that we wouldn't recover for years and yet the above players (apart from Chambers) played in the squad that UE, along with Socrates, Gueds, Torreiria, Leno and Lichsteiner, took to a european cup final and should have finished (by popular consent) third.

I have asked you time and time again why this squad of dross players should be ripped apart, after such an excellent first season under UE and you have never answered me.

Of course you haven't changed your views on Ozil and I have not said that have I? The same with Myk of course, as I indicated above.

Yes, I saw the poll results Jon, can you tell me how many of the millions of Arsenal supporters voted? Can you tell me how many have voted on the latest poll that you seem to think is so important for the future of our club? At present 54 out of 1386 members of the forum!!! The lowest figure that I can find on polls taken to date. Hardly seems the catastrophic situation that you paint does it?

These results, are within this forum group of fans as you well know Jon and I could come back and ask you about the number of fans who support him by putting his name on their shirts outside of the forum, certainly more than 54.

As I said, if kronkie wants him out, he will get him out and if and when he goes, The Arsenal will still be here. At the moment, both he and UE (selecting him) seem to be content with the status quo.

Good to know we can have a more direct discussion on our differences about our great club Jon and that, despite our differences, respect is the name of the game with us old friend.

 


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