Mesut Ozil threatened to be killed by 2 men outside his home

Mesut Ozil threatened to be killed by 2 men outside his home

- Mesut Ozil has been threatened to be killed by two men who stormed his house

- Ekincin Salaman and Ercin Ferhat are these two men and are currently on trials

- They were also reported to have vowed to assault Mesut Ozil's mother in his London home

Arsenal superstar Mesut Ozil has been threatened to be killed by two men named Salaman Ekincin and Ferhat Ercun who are alleged to have vowed to raid him home in London.

These two men are reported to have gone to the house of the German star in London where they rained abusive words and also vowed to assault him mother.

According to the report on UK Sun, Kemil Sezer who is Mesut Ozil's guard told security personnel of the threat by Ekincin and Ferhat Ercun.

The verbal attack was said to have happened on August 8 2019 in which the two suspects were alleged to have appeared in front of Mesut Ozil's house.

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Kemil Sezer explained at the court that Ekincin and Ferhat Ercun first appeared around 7.30pm before they returned two hours later to make their threat in Mesut Ozil's house.

He added they started chasing these two men having heard the words that came from their mouths, but efforts to catch them were futile.

These two men are said to have made their threats known in Turkish language and they are currently facing trials over the reported incident.

They however denied one count of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress to Mesut Ozil.

Mesut Ozil and teammate Sead Kolasinac were both attack by muggers who wanted to steal their wrist watches.

Mesut Ozil has now been impressive forArsenal this season in all competition, but Gunners manager Mikel Arteta promised to build his team around the German.

Earlier, had reported how Arsenal and Burnley shared the spoils after regulation period at Turf Moor in one of Sunday's Premier League fixtures.

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The Gunners are winless in their last four Premier League matches with all four ending in stalemates which means that their chances of playing in Europe are slim.

Mikel Arteta's men got the game started on a bright note with early chances from Alexandre Lacazette but his effort was unable to beat Nick Pope in his territory.

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