Arsenal have reportedly put Mesut Ozil up for sale ahead of the January transfer window opening, according to widespread reports on Tuesday. The contract of the Germany International expires at the end of the season and British media confirm there is still no agreement between the two parties.
The Frenchman eventually penned a two-year extension to remain in north London but negotiations over Ozil's contract have not yet resumed and the 2014 World Cup victor could swap the Emirates for Old Trafford.
With Ozil demanding wages worth around £350,000-a-week, a sum the Londoners have so far refused to agree to, the Nerazzurri could offer fancy numbers in terms of cash and lure him to San Siro.
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Meanwhile, Arsenal legend Paul Merson believes Ozil's time at the club is up. "Will they keep him in January or get some money for him?"
"They've done well to hang on to him".
Arsenal have also won four out of five games while Ozil has been on the sidelines with a minor knee injury.
Then on Friday morning, newspaper Corriere Dello Sport also reported the interest, making a very discreet mention that the midfielder's salary would be almost impossible for Inter Milan to pay.