Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil spotted wearing £30,000 ‘Invincibles’ watch made in collaboration with Thierry Henry

Mesut Ozil has been spotted wearing an ‘Invincibles’ Clock End watch be bought at an Arsenal charity event.

The special edition Rolex-watch was made in collaboration with Arsenal legend Theirry Henry. The watch turned out to be as expensive as it sounds after Ozil paid £30,000 for it at an Arsenal charity event back in May.

Ozil ended up being one of the biggest contributors on the night at the Arsenal Foundation event, which helped raise over £400,000 for charity.

The former Germany international was seen wearing the ‘Invincibles’ Clock End watch in a picture posted to Instagram by his teammate Mohamed Elneny.

Ozil returned from his summer break to pre-season training ahead of schedule and travelled with the rest of the Arsenal squad to Singapore.

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The 29-year-old scored during Arsenal’s 5-1 win over PSG last week.

Arsenal will now travel to Ireland to continue their pre-season preparations.

The Gunners take on their London rivals Chelsea in the International Champions Cup on Wednesday evening.