MESUT OZIL is filling his spare time by launching his streetwear clothing brand and modelling the new gear.

The Arsenal midfielder will not be pulling on a Gunners shirt soon after being left out of both the Premier League and Europa League squads for this season.

So rather than twiddling his thumbs, Ozil decided to be proactive.

He took to Instagram to share the news of his latest venture.

Accompanying a photo in a hoody and joggers, the ex-Germany international wrote: "Excited to announce the launch of @m10streetwear, a contemporary brand producing relaxed & stylish clothing designed for everyday wear.

"I'm really happy to finally share this personal project with you all."

M10 Streetwear describe the company's clothing as 'relaxed, comfortable and stylish… designed for everyday wear'.

The ethos of the brand reads: "We cross cultures. We are part of an international community standing for freedom and inclusivity.

"We are a generation that feels home everywhere, but rests nowhere. We are rooted in movement."

Customers can order hoodies, t-shirts, caps and accessories such as bags and phone cases all with various 'M10' and 'OZL' logos.

Depending on style and design, hoodies cost between £37.99 and £39.99 with tees either £18.99 or £19.99.

Ozil, 32, has not featured since March 7 and – with his £350,000-a-week contract expiring next summer – looks as though he has played his 254th and final game for Arsenal.

In that time he has caused a stir by liking tweets calling for him to be 'freed',slamming the club's lack of 'loyalty' and sharing clips of his best bits or working out.

However, he has used his platform for good as well, helping provide 1,400 free school meals per day in 11 North London schools, donating profits from a footwear brand to Italian children struggling in the coronavirus pandemic and speaking out against police brutality in Nigeria.

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