Mesut Ozil's Endorsement From Cesc Fabregas Further Proves Bright Arsenal Future
The impact of Arsenal signing Mesut Ozil has been felt way past England, as Spain and Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas even had high praises for his former club and its newest addition. The ringing endorsement only adds to a Gunners future that is filled with lofty expectations.
According to Darren Lewis of the Daily Mirror, Fabregas is a huge fan of the move and thinks it'll pay dividends for Arsenal in the Premier League.
Fabregas said: “He’s going to enjoy the Premier League a lot.
“It’s a league with a lot of space and he is a player who can kill you when he has space. He has a brilliant final pass and I think the Premier League is going to enjoy him very much.
“I think he will nail it at Arsenal.”
The endorsement from the Gunners' former captain only validates the belief of many fans that Ozil's creativity in offensive sets will pick apart EPL defenses and offer scoring chances that Arsenal players haven't enjoyed in some time.
The fact that Fabregas was once Arsenal's golden boy isn't the only reason his opinion is worth noting. Just as well, he played against Ozil on opposite sides of the Barcelona-Real Madrid rivalry that takes place nearly a dozen times each calendar year.
Fabregas has also gone from the Premier League to La Liga, and that's surely aided his ability to decipher what exactly makes each of the leagues unique and different in their own ways.
Also, the Spanish midfielder plays a similar style to Ozil as they are both elite passers in the midfield with the ability to join an attack and make goal-producing moves.
Do you put any stock in Fabregas' comments?
Ozil emerging as a star player in Madrid allowed him the luxury of playing alongside the world's best players. That makes you wonder how well he'll translate to being one of the central points of not only Arsenal but the Premier League.
However, with Fabregas making that same switch (only reversed), his opinion should be revered even among Arsenal fans that may still have bitter feelings toward their former captain.
All signs are pointing to the Mesut Ozil era at Arsenal being an immensely successful one, and that's only aided by the endorsement of Cesc Fabregas.
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