- Mesut Ozil has rejected a loan move to join French club Paris-Saint-Germain
- Ozil prefers to stay at Premier League side Arsenal even as he is not getting regular playing time this season
- Paris-Saint-Germain want the German to replace Brazilian star Neymar who is injured
Mesut Ozil who plays for Premier League side Arsenal has reportedly turned down a loan move to join French club Paris-Saint-Germain before the January transfer window closes.
Paris-Saint-Germain are currently looking for a good forward who will replace injured Brazilian star Neymar who will be out of action until April.
And according to the latest report by Suddeutsche Zeitung, the former Real Madrid winger is not interested in leaving the Premier League for a move to France.
Neymar is expected to be out of action for 10 weeks which has already ruled him out of the Champions League ties against Manchester United.
Mesut Ozil on the other hand has lost his place in Arsenal's starting eleven this season under Unai Emery, although he captained the Gunners against Cardiff City on Tuesday.
This season, Mesut Ozil has played 14 Premier League games for Arsenal scoring three goals for the North London club.
Paris-Saint-Germain will now have to turn their attention to Chelsea winger Willian who is also a target for them before the end of the transfer.
Willian has many times explained that he is happy playing for Chelsea in the Premier League and wants to stay.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Willian who plays for Premier League side Chelsea reportedly emerged as a transfer target for French club Paris-Saint-Germain who want him as replacement for Neymar.
Neymar is currently injured in which his full recuperation will be in April which has ruled the Brazilian out of the Champions League games against Manchester United.
And according to the report, Paris-Saint-Germain's chiefs are ready to tempt Chelsea with a good offer for them to have the chance of signing Willian this month.
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