The former Real Madrid player, became Arsenal’s record signing after he completed his £42.5million move to the Emirates on Transfer Deadline day, despite late interest from Paris Saint-Germain.
“I’m looking forward to my future in the Premier League and at Arsenal,” Ozil said.
“I look with pride on three wonderful years at Real Madrid, in which I’ve developed athletically and as a person.
“We won three titles and I was a regular, but now I look forward to my future in the Premier League with Arsenal.
“In talking with Arsene Wenger, I immediately sensed what had been missing, the wholly-hearted trust in me. I will pay back the club and the fans in each game. Now I want to help the club to finally win a title.”
Ozil will wear the number 11 jersey and is likely to make his debut against Sunderland on September 14.
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