Mesut Ozil trolls Arsenal fan Piers Morgan with 'Poop on Piers' toilet roll but GMB host hits back 'you're full of crap'

MESUT OZIL has trolled old rival Piers Morgan by posing with his 'Poop on Piers' toilet roll – with the Good Morning Britain host hitting back in typical manner.

The former Gunners playmaker, 32, finally quit Arsenal after seven-and-a-half years to join boyhood club Fenerbahce in January.

Ozil had gone from fan-favourite to public enemy No1 among a section of Gooners – including Piers.

In December, the GMB host exploded into a withering rant at the midfielder's expense.

Morgan said: “Real Arsenal fans aren’t behind you.

"You’re our Paul Pogba – massively overpaid, massively under-performing and shockingly overinflated sense of your own importance. #truth.”

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And now a smiling Ozil has taken a swipe at his old enemy on Twitter.

Posing with a picture of his 'Poop on Piers' toilet roll on Twitter, Ozil beamed for the camera.

He captioned his snap: “Piers, I took this with me from London to Istanbul to remind me of you!

“Although you probably knew that already before… #pooponpiers'”

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Never one to take a taunt lying down, Piers roared back with his own brutal put-down.

He snapped: "Mesut, you’re full of crap, so I’m glad to be of much-needed use.”

But the jibe is unlikely to bother Ozil too much, who is thrilled to be in Istanbul.

At his unveiling, Ozil – accompanied by wife Amine Gulse and daughter Eda – said: "It was a dream for Fenerbahce, it was a dream for me.

"I believe that I will win the championship with Fenerbahce.

"I hope we will be champions and do important things in the Champions League.

"This is a club I love very much. I will do my best. I hope everything will be fine."

Ozil has taken the No67 jersey at the Turkish Super Lig giants.

It's believed the unusual number is a sweet nod to his heritage, with 67 being the area code of Zonguldak, the province his family left to emigrate to Germany before he was born.

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