MESUT OZIL is expected to move to the MLS with Inter Miami potential suitors, according to the bookies.
Ozil's Arsenal career looks all-but over after Mikel Arteta axed the star from the Gunners' Premier League and Europa League squads for this season.
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According to Paddy Power a move to the MLS is Ozil's most likely destination at 7/2.
Inter Miami, LA Galaxy and New York City FC have shown great ambition in past years.
They have brought the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Andrea Pirlo and David Beckham Stateside.
And Ozil could be the next superstar to join the MLS after turning 32 last month.
Mesut Ozil next club – Paddy Power
MLS Club – 7/2
Fenerbahce – 5/1
Galatasaray – 11/2
AC Milan – 8/1
Besiktas – 9/1
Real Madrid – 25/1
Man Utd – 33/1
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A move to Turkey is next in the bookies' market, with Fenerbahce second favourites at 5/1 ahead of a switch to Galatasary (11/2).
European giants AC Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United are also in contention according to the bookies.
The midfielder added more mystery to his current situation after liking tweets calling for the German to be 'freed' during Arsenal's defeat to Aston Villa.
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