As things stand, Arsenal's second-most expensive signing could be left without a club next summer, although his current employers lie in wait with an offer that could prove to be the right fit after all.
The German World Cup victor will become a free agent at the end of the season if he does not put pen to paper on a new deal.
Tottenham star to snub Blues in favour of Man United move
Rose has not featured since suffering a serious knee injury back in zjanuary, but is set to return within a few weeks. United value Rose at around £ 45m and are hopeful of concluding a deal for the full-back before the World Cup.
It was expected that there would be a scrap to acquire the 28-year-old's services this summer, with the likes of Inter Milan, Manchester United and Besiktas linked with moves for him. Who knows. There's a rumour that he goes to Manchester United.
Ozil will be a free agent next June, and there could be clubs that see the savings made by waiving the transfer fee as reason to afford the player's higher wages.
The Sun add Arsenal and Wenger will listen to bids of around £20m in January if no agreement is reached before the New Year.
United Nations urges Myanmar's Suu Kyi to stop violence against Rohingya Muslims
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"We would be very happy if he comes back to a club in Germany, for sure". It's a really good option because we get another national player back in our league.
Now sidelined with a recurrence of a knee injury, Ozil has missed the last two games across all competitions for the Gunners and also sat out Die Mannschaft's final World Cup qualifiers against Northern Ireland and Azerbaijan.
Ozil has come under fire this season after a disappointing start to the campaign.
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