The German global has penned a new three-and-a-half deal which will keep him at the club until 2021, removing any doubt that he could leave for the likes of Barcelona in the summer.
The midfielder becomes the highest-paid player in the club's history - earning about Sh 50.6mn (£350,000) a week before tax.
Goal reported Wednesday the Germany global had finalised terms on a new long-term deal worth £350,000 a week, bringing months of speculation over his future to an end.
Ozil, 29, is out of contract at the end of the season and it appeared either he or Alexis Sanchez would leave the club.
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That leaves Ozil primed to sign a new deal with Dortmund star Aubameyang alongside him in the ranks once he completes his £55million deal. "Hopefully, we will manage to do that very soon", the Frenchman said last Friday.
And Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger hinted last week that the Germany worldwide could stay, he said: "Our intention is to keep Ozil at the club".
He played 157 games in just three seasons with Real, but continued his tour of Europe's top five league when he joined Arsenal for a club record £42.5m fee in the summer of 2013.
The Chile forward moved to Manchester United on wages of £505,000 a week.
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