Who is Mesut Ozil?
Mesut Ozil is a professional German soccer player who plays as an attacking midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal, but can also be used as a winger. He is known for his technical skills and creativity; as an attacking midfielder because of his mobility, finesse and flexibility.
As a member of his home town club Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga, Ozil started his senior career, leaving two seasons later for € 5 million to join Werder Bremen. In the 2009-10 season, he received break-out recognition, being placed first in assists in major European and domestic competitions, with 25 earning him a move of € 15 million to the Real Madrid La Liga club.
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Mesut Ozil Before Fame
He played for his first major club, FC Schalke 04, in 2005, and appeared in 30 matches for the the team before joining Werder Bremen in 2008.
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 29, 2019
Mesut ozil and Enzo ferrari
German soccer player Mesut Ozil bears a striking resemblance to the famous Italian driver and automaker Enzo Ferrari, the mastermind behind the sports car company Ferrari. If you didn’t know them both, you might think they’re brothers or twins.
To be honest, in the younger years of Ferrari, the similarity ends. This portrait of Enzo Ferrari was in his twenties from a long time ago. He didn’t look like that when he died at the age of 90 in 1988.
But just two months later, in October, Mesut Özil was born following Enzo’s death in August 1988.
Whether you are superstitious and believe in reincarnation or not, there is no denying that it all looks a little different.
He tallied three assists during the 2010 World Cup as Germany finished in third place behind the Netherlands and Spain.
Mesut Ozil Family Life
Mesut Ozil Income and Net Worth
The only source of income he has is from his salary from football and his net worth is $50 million.
His unselfish play on the field began to draw many comparisons to the great Zinedine Zidane.
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