Mesut Ozil has parted company with Arsenal as Fenerbahce have started releasing media confirming his arrival what happens to his £10million London mansion.
The German spent seven years with the Gunners, arriving from Real Madrid for £42.5million.
Scoring 44 goals and making 77 assists for the north London side, he was rewarded with a £350,000-a-week contract in 2018.
And the 32-year-old certainly already knew how to spend the money in style as he invested in the £10million north London property two years earlier, an £800,000 car collection and some high-ticket fashion items.
The German does have the option to sell six-bedroom property with a lounge with marble shipped in from Turkey.
Based in Hampstead, the midfielder’s London house is a luxury detached property that boasts six bedrooms.
And the whole place takes influence from Turkey, the country of Ozil’s origin and home of his new side.
His country has an even closer connection to the mansion, though, as the marble in the spacious living room was shipped from Turkey.
And it is overlooked by a bronze-framed painting of Selim III, the reform-minded Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1789 to 1807.
Ozil has another lounge with an even bigger sofa as well as a huge grey-and-black marble mantelpiece.
While a mirror makes the room the also boasts a large dining table, there is plenty of room for guests.
While the £10million has value on its own, Ozil added to the property by plastering his logo on almost every door in the place. Should he decide to sell, it certainly would not come cheap.