Arsenal star Mesut Ozil took a break from touring the middle east to meet Bristol City boss Wael al-Qadi and his family in Jordan.
Al-Qadi is also the chairman of the Asian Football Development Project which setup a project to invite Ozil to play a game with Syrian refugees.
Ozil travelled to Dubai with his friends on a private jet following the end of the season before visiting Jordan and meeting with Prince Ali and then playing a football game with young refugees.
The 27-year-old visited the Zaatari Refugee Camp in partnership with the Asian Football Development Project (AFDP).
Ozil posted a video of himself playing with the Children on his official Twitter page.
— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) May 18, 2016
The Arsenal playmaker is heavily involved in charitable projects and even has one of his own. Ozil founded the ‘Özil-Foundation’ in 2015 to support children and young people around the world.
Ozil has now left Jordan but has not revealed the exact whereabouts of his next destination.