As per the site, the German international, who has been in scintillating form this campaign, can be purchased back by his former employers for a fee of around €50m.
With the clause in place, the Spanish giants, currently managed by club legend Zinedine Zidane, are allowed to have a 48-hour first refusal option on Ozil. This means that if another club from the same league as Madrid agree a sale price with Arsenal, Los Blancos can step in and activate the clause, giving them the right to sign the 27-year-old.
It’s, however, unlikely that Ozil would rejoin Madrid, despite the buy-back clause, with the German claiming he is happy at Arsenal and is ‘enjoying every day with the club’.
I am really happy at Arsenal and I want this to continue.
I played in the Bundesliga and at Real Madrid. But the English Premier League is the strongest league in the world. Opponents never give up.