Real Madrid’s midfielder, Mesut Ozil seemed to be enjoying live in Spain as he even revealed his plan to retire with Los Blancos, who the midfielder considered as a dream club.
The Germany international already set up a short term plan which could ensure his long stay with the Galacticos, which is helping the team grab two possible titles this season, Champions League along with La Liga.
Speaking in an interview with Sport Bild, Ozil, spoke of how he refused host of top clubs offer in 2010, including from Italian giant, Inter Milan, so just he could end up at Santiago Bernebau. The midfielder believes that choosing Madrid was the right move for him, especially considering the fact that he arrives when Jose Mourinho also decided to take over the squad, building such a strong core which might eventually reaps its fruit.
“It is true that in 2010 I had offers from some top European clubs. This included Inter. But the decision to go to Real was absolutely right. It’s the best club in the world, and I would like to end my career here,” Ozil stated.
Having been criticized not long ago because his lack of consistency, Ozil admitted that he is far from a finished product, promising to keep on working hard before eventually reaching his pick performance. For the time being, the German international said that he is fully focused in helping Madrid to reach their two objectives this season, which is La Liga and Champions League, before eventually setting his sight in winning with his country at the upcoming Euro 2012.
I am only 23-years-old, I will not reach my peak for a long time. I’ll become even better. I am concentrating fully on Madrid and the national team, because we can make history this year. We [Real] can win La Liga and the Champions League, and in the summer the European Championship with Germany,” Ozil added.