Mesut Ozil shows off his staggering body transformation after the former Arsenal star previously left Cristiano Ronaldo impressed with his rigorous gym workout

Mesut Ozil has showed off his incredible body transformation in a new photo on Instagram.

The former Arsenal and Real Madrid star retired from football at the age of 34, a year ago last week.

He has dedicated himself to staying active however, and has impressed even the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo with his rigorous gym workouts in recent months – which he has shared on social media.

His personal coach, Alper Aksac, has shared a new photo showcasing the staggering progress that Ozil has made since his retirement.

The former Gunner now sports a muscle-bound frame, compared to his much leaner frame during the peak of his playing career.

Mesut Ozil has shown off his staggering body transformation from his Arsenal days (pictured)
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Mesut Ozil has showed off his staggering body transformation


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Mesut Ozil has showed off his staggering body transformation in a photo on Instagram (right) in which he has a muscle-bound frame compared to his lean physique at Arsenal (left in 2013)

Ozil has dedicated to keeping himself fit since he retired from football in March 2023 (pictured with personal coach Alper Aksac
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Ozil has dedicated to keeping himself fit since he retired from football in March 2023 (pictured with personal coach Alper Aksac

Ozil made over 250 appearances for Arsenal and also played for Real Madrid during his career
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Ozil made over 250 appearances for Arsenal and also played for Real Madrid during his career

Ozil has clearly spent a lot of time building up his arm muscles, as he showed them off in the photo in which he and his trainer are seen doing the same pose.

Former Arsenal team-mate Bacary Sagna was among those to comment on the photo, as he joked: ‘Finally getting like me.’

Aksac captioned the photo: ‘Nothing better. For the best one ever,’ with a weightlifting emoji.

Last week, Ronaldo shared his support for his former Real Madrid team-mate, after Ozil had posted a clip of him using a set of battle ropes before pushing a weighted sled up and down the length of a gym.

The 35-year-old, who played at Los Blancos with Ronaldo between 2010 and 2013, captioned the video: ‘Always stay ready, then you don’t need to get ready.’

He also added a ‘sand timer’ and a ‘100’ emoji to the caption, sparking some speculation among fans that he could be considering a return to football.

Ronaldo lauded his gruelling workout, with a winking emoji and writing: ‘Bro not bad.’

The Portuguese superstar is not the only one to show their support for his transformation, with Antonio Rudiger describing Ozil as a ‘beast’ and Rio Ferdinand writing ‘looking strong bro’.

Ozil can be seen using a pair of battle ropes and showed off his muscular physique
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The former Arsenal star captioned the video: 'Always stay ready, then you don't need to get ready.'
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Ozil posted a video of himself undertaking a rigorous workout in the gym in February

Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured) who played with Ozil at Real Madrid between 2010 and 2013, lauded him for his progress writing 'bro not bad' with a winking emoji
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Cristiano Ronaldo (pictured) who played with Ozil at Real Madrid between 2010 and 2013, lauded him for his progress writing ‘bro not bad’ with a winking emoji

Ozil was seen pushing a weighted sled up and down the length of the gym

Several of the midfielder's former teammates complimented him on his physique

The 35-year-old retired from football a year ago on March 22, but has been keeping himself in good shape

The World Cup winner has been included on Germany’s draft list for the upcoming Over-35 competition set to be staged in England this summer.

His prospective teammates for said tournament include ex-Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira and former Schalke forward Kevin Kuranyi.

Ozil made over 250 appearances in all competitions for the Gunners during an eight year spell at the club after joining from Real Madrid for £42.5m in the summer of 2013.

He won four FA Cups during his time in North London and notched 19 assists for the Gunners in the 2015-16 Premier League season, which remains a club record.

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