Thousands of Mesut Özil’s followers and fans have taken to the micro-blogging site, Twitter, to celebrate the finalisation of his transfer from Arsenal to Turkish club frontrunners, Fenerbahce.
Muslim News Sports findings revealed that while many loyal Arsenal fans across the world, Nigeria inclusive, appreciated the playmaker for his seven-and-a-half-year commitment to Arsenal, his fans at the Turkish side are already jubilating, awaiting his arrival.
Mesut Özil is an Arsenal legend. The greatest Arsenal player post-Highbury and definitely the most important signing of the same era.
— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) January 16, 2021
#Mesut is currently the Number 1 trending topic in the Nigerian cyberspace while Fener fans topped Turkish’s Twitter with hashtag #FenerbahçeMESUToluy within 1 minute.
🚨 Twitter user traffic increased by 37% in Turkey after the finalisation of Mesut Özil's transfer to Fenerbahce.
🔥 Fener fans topped the country's agenda #FenerbahçeMESUToluyor hashtag in less than 1 minute.
✈️ Özil will fly to the Istanbul for sign to the Fener at weekend. pic.twitter.com/xmYq9CLI8E
— Sky Football (@skyfootball_eng) January 16, 2021
Many international media are reporting that Ozil, who was named among the Top 5 Muslim News Global Personalities in 2019, will arrive Istanbul at the weekend to complete his transfer to Fenerbahce as a free agent.
The mood in Turkey is currently of high expectation as Fener fans cannot wait to give one of Turkey’s greatest living football legends a worthy reception.
— Arsenal Focus (@FocusArsenal) January 16, 2021
📊 Only Messi and Fabregas have provided more league assists than Mesut Ozil since 2006-07.
❤️ Thank you for everything and good luck, Mesut! pic.twitter.com/2KMg55P0o8
— The Arsenal Review (@thearsreview) January 16, 2021
— Shinobi Theng Lee (@deusthengo) January 16, 2021
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