AC Milan and Inter Milan are both said to be interested in bringing in Mesut Ozil now that the player is clearly for sale.With the man who sanctioned his massive Arsenal wages in Italy, who would bet against him ending up there?

BAKU, AZERBAIJAN - MAY 29: Mesut Ozil of Arsenal removes his runners up medal following his team's defeat in the UEFA Europa League Final between Chelsea and Arsenal at Baku Olimpiya Stadionu on May 29, 2019 in Baku, Azerbaijan. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)Cesc Fabregas savages Mesut Ozil
BAKU, AZERBAIJAN – MAY 29: Mesut Ozil of Arsenal removes his runners up medal following his team’s defeat in the UEFA Europa League Final between Chelsea and Arsenal at Baku Olimpiya Stadionu on May 29, 2019 in Baku, Azerbaijan. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)Cesc Fabregas savages Mesut Ozil

I doubt either Milan club will want (or be able) to pay Mesut Ozil’s wages but the fact is, while Arsene Wenger counselled against paying Ozil £350kpw, Ivan Gazidis helped get it through.

Now in charge of AC Milan, he is looking to bring the German to the city according to Calciomercato who also claim Inter are interested, obviously to team him up with Alexis Sanchez when his ankle recovers.

Milan's CEO Ivan Gazidis looks on prior to the Italian Serie A football match between Torino and AC Milan on April 28, 2019 at the Grande Torino stadium in Turin. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP)
Milan’s CEO Ivan Gazidis looks on prior to the Italian Serie A football match between Torino and AC Milan on April 28, 2019 at the Grande Torino stadium in Turin. (Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO / AFP)

On this week’s Daily Cannon weekly podcast we spent the majority of it thrashing out the Ozil/Emery situation with someone from each camp representing. You can listen to  that here.

As for Ozil, it seems like his days at Arsenal are well and truly numbered and it’s a case of ‘where’ he goes rather than ‘when’.

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