While Gareth Bale (34, Wales) is active as a golfer after retirement, Mesut Ozil (35) is also paying attention to his post-retirement move.
Turkish journalist Jakub Sinar said on his social media on the 3rd (Korean time), “Ozil, the World Cup winner, signed a one-year contract with Istanbul Basaksehir FK last summer, but the contract was terminated prematurely.” “Ozil has decided to quit football,” he added. 온라인카지노
Turkish journalist Jakub Sinar said on his social media on the 3rd (Korean time), “Ozil, the World Cup winner, signed a one-year contract with Istanbul Basaksehir FK last summer, but the contract was terminated prematurely.” “Ozil has decided to quit football,” he added.
Ozil moved to Basaksehir from Fenerbahce in July last year. However, Ozil, who played only one game due to an injury and missed the first half, only played a total of 7 games, including the last 4 games in a row. In the end, Özil appears to have decided to quit his playing career. The away game in Kayserispor on the 2nd is expected to be the last match.
In response, the British ‘Sports Bible’ quoted an agent and predicted that Ozil would become a professional gamer when he retired, attracting attention. Ozil’s agent Erkut Sogut said in an interview with the British ‘Telegraph’ in June last year, “I don’t see Ozil playing for another club anymore. Fenerbahce will be the last and that’s it.”
Ozil was noted for his passing genius. He spent his prime at Arsenal after going through Schalke 04, Werder Bremen and Real Madrid. However, he was plagued by a feud with Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and he left for Fenerbahce in January 2021.
In particular, Sogut said, “Ozil will be more focused on esports. He can play. Maybe he can become an esports player. He’s really good at a game of Fortnite and I wouldn’t be surprised if he competes in that game someday.” he emphasized. He also emphasized, “Ozil owns a team called ‘M10 Esports’ and has players. He has a game room in Germany and enjoys soccer games like FIFA or Fortnite.”
Ozil, who scored 23 goals in 92 appearances for the German national team, helped Germany win the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Ozil recorded 120 goals and 260 assists in 693 career games.
Meanwhile, Bale, who retired after playing for Los Angeles (LA) FC, is attracting attention by competing in the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am of the PGA Tour held at the Spyglass Course (par 72) in Pebble Beach, California,