As you know, Arsenal did not include Mesut Ozil in the Premier League season bid. The 32-year-old German midfielder responded to the club’s decision.

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil has commented on the club’s decision on social media that the German player was not included in the English Premier League season bid. This means that the 32-year-old midfielder will not be able to play in the Premier League with the “Gunners” shirt, at least, until February. From this time, it will be possible to make changes in the application.

“It is difficult for me to write this letter to the Arsenal fans, whose dignity I have defended in recent years. I’m so disappointed with the decision of the club to leave me out of the Premier League season announcement. “I have received nothing in return. I’ve just learned that loyalty is a rare honor today. I kept positive every week in the hope that I would have a chance to return to the team. That’s why I was silent.

Before the pause caused by the coronavirus, I was very pleased with the progress shown under the guidance of the new coach, Mickel Arteta. Everything was going well, and I can say that I was coming out at a very high level. But then everything changed again, and I was not allowed to play in Arsenal again.

What should I say? I still consider London as my home, I have a lot of friends in the team. So, I still feel a strong connection with the fans of this club. Whatever happens, I will fight for my chance and not let my eighth season at Arsenal end like that. I promise this difficult decision will not affect my plans. “I will continue to train selflessly and fight against inhumanity and justice,” Ozil wrote.