Berlin: Arsenal's Germany international Mesut Ozil has reached an out-of-court settlement worth an undisclosed sum in a civil case with his father, Duesseldorf's district court confirmed Tuesday.
Ozil sacked his father Mustafa as managing director of his marketing company last year only for Mustafa Ozil to file a complaint for loss of earnings totalling 630,000 euros (US$782,724).
The current stakeholders of the World Cup-winner's firm, Ozil Marketing GmbH, had made a counter claim, demanding repayment of a loan worth one million euros and the return of a company car from Ozil senior.
Mustafa Ozil was responsible for his son's 50 million-euro transfer from Real Madrid to Arsenal in 2013, but for the last 12 months Ozil's affairs have been looked after by his brother Mutlu.
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