Ozil presents to pay mascot ‘Gunnersaurus’ wage at Arsenal

Arsenal star Mesut Ozil has supplied to cowl the price of Gunnersaurus’ wage in an effort to hold the long-standing mascot on the membership.

It has been reported in England that Jerry Quy, who has carried out matchday and occasion duties for 27 years within the well-known inexperienced dinosaur costume, shall be made redundant as a part of the Gunners’ cost-cutting measures.

The rumours prompted an outcry from various followers, with a GoFundMe web page set as much as assist to spare him from dismissal, whereas former participant Paul Merson advised Sky Sports activities Information: “There shall be 30 and 40-year-old followers who’ve grown up with that dinosaur. It’s disappointing, I feel it’s poor by Arsenal, I actually do.”

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Whereas the choice to dismiss Gunnersaurus has not but been introduced by Arsenal, Ozil has made it clear he’ll do what he can to maintain him in a job for so long as he’s a participant on the membership.

“I used to be so unhappy that Jerry Quy aka our well-known & loyal mascot @Gunnersaurus and integral a part of our membership was being made redundant after 27 years,” he wrote on Twitter.

“As such, I’m providing to reimburse @Arsenal with the complete wage of our large inexperienced man so long as I shall be an Arsenal participant”

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Arsenal have undergone important inside restructuring to scale back outgoings amid the influence of the coronavirus pandemic, with 55 jobs axed in August, together with that of recruitment specialist Francis Cagigao.

Regardless of this, the membership have invested giant sums in strengthening the enjoying squad, extending Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s contract at a reported price of £250,000 per week and signing Willian on a free switch.

In addition they spent within the area of £77.4million on the signings of Thomas Partey, Gabriel Magalhaes, Pablo Mari and Runar Alex Runarsson.

Ozil, who is alleged to earn near £350,000 per week, has not made any of Arsenal’s matchday squads in 2020-21 after falling out of favour underneath supervisor Mikel Arteta.

His final look was within the 1-Zero Premier League win over West Ham on March 7.



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