Sane is in the United States, preparing for City's International Champions Cup clash against Liverpool in New Jersey on Wednesday, after missing out on Germany's disastrous World Cup campaign following Joachim Low's surprise decision to overlook the 22-year-old when naming his squad.
Since Germany were knocked out in the group stage, Arsenal midfielder Ozil has shouldered heavy criticism for his performances in Russia, with a pre-tournament photograph with Turkish president Recep Erdogan prompting much of the negativity and condemnation of the former Real Madrid player.
Ozil on Sunday cited the outcry over his picture with Erdogan as a factor in his decision to quit the German team, and Sane, though he has yet to speak to his former international teammate, said Ozil will need time to come to terms with his decision.
"I know how it is, when I wasn't in the squad and when I wasn't involved," Sane told ESPN FC. "I think everyone needs some space.
"I wasn't also sitting on my phone and responding to everyone who texted me because I needed my time to calm down and think about everything and that's the same that I let happen to them. Give them some space and time with their family.
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