Bayern Munich chief launches incredible attack on Mesut Ozil after he quits German national team

Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness has launched an incredible scathing attack on Mesut Ozil after he announced his decision to quit international football.

The Arsenal playmaker took to social media on Sunday to announce his decision to stop playing from the German national team, following the criticism he received in the wake of being pictured with controversial Turkish President Recep Erdogan.

The 29-year-old had a disappointing World Cup, with Germany becoming the latest reigning champions to fail to make it out of the group stages, with Ozil starting two of Die Mannschaft’s three games.

Now, Bayern Munich President Uli Hoeness has slammed his contributions to the national team, not just this summer, but ‘for years’:

“Ozil has been playing s**t for years,” he told SportBild .

“He won his last tackle before the 2014 World Cup.

“All he is doing on the field is playing cross passes. Now he hides himself and his crap performance behind this photo.”

Hoeness also added that not only has Ozil been poor for Germany, put he was also Arsenal’s ’weak point’:

“Whenever we played against Arsenal, we played on him because we knew he was the weak point.

“No-one questioned he was playing crap at the World Cup.

“His 35 million follower boys, who of course do not exist in the real world, all think that he has played excellently if he plays a cross pass.”

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