Another reason to hate the ownership situation, regardless of the personnel they bring in. "NY wants him but RB Global says no bc he's bad for intl brand relations."
To be clear, I have less than zero basis for thinking they would block a hypothetical Ozil move over his Uyghur comments. Maybe RB would actually be the one organization with a pair of balls and the clout (through F1 and champions league teams) to push the needle by calling out the ethno/genocide that is occurring.
To go further, the complaint over RB is partially its inorganic plastic clubs - sprinkle on a tough (economically) social justice stance and you give your organization an authenticity that the largest clubs in the world can't match.
I'm confident they do not have the balls, but who knows?