A recent report from Italian outlet Tuttosport has claimed that Juventus have been offered the chance to sign Mesut Ozil from Arsenal.

It is claimed that I Bianconeri have been given the opportunity to sign the German misfit on a six-month loan deal as the Gunners look to get him off their books.

Tuttosport have also suggested that there has been contact between the player’s representatives and that the English Premier League club are prepared to let him walk for free as they look to end their nightmare.

Arsenal are said to be desperate to get rid of the playmaker and are willing to pay a portion of Ozil’s huge £350,000 a week paycheck just to try and make a move happen.

Whether a move will happen remains to be seen – which is something bettors can look to predict by using this Swedish portal, it could see him team up with a number of former team-mates in Turin.

The likes of Wojciech Szczesny and Aaron Ramsey have all made the switch to the Italian giants from the Emirates Stadium in recent years, whilst Ozil would be familiar with a certain Cristiano Ronaldo.

The pair were incredible together during their time at Real Madrid and it was reported that the Portuguese superstar was angered about the playmaker’s move to Arsenal in 2013 because of the relationship the pair had between them whilst on the field.

Indeed, there is plenty of love between the two as Ozil has publicly hailed Cristiano Ronaldo as one of the best footballers of all time.

He told Arsenal’s official website back in 2018: “Another thing people always ask me about is what it was like to play with Cristiano Ronaldo and all I can say is that I’ve never seen a person like him.

“I really enjoyed playing with him because he made me better on the pitch and he’s a great guy off it, too. I gave him loads of assists and he doesn’t need me to remind him of that!

“It was easy to play with him because you didn’t need to create a lot of chances. Even if I just gave him two passes, he would score two goals and that’s why he’s one of the greatest footballers who’s ever lived.”

Indeed, if a move were to happen, there would be questions about what Ozil would be able to achieve in the six months he would be at the club for. He has not played a competitive football match since March and will not be involved until at least January, should Mikel Arteta decide to call him into the squad; something that could still happen.