Unai Emery adamant Mesut Ozil’s future remains with Arsenal

Unai Emery adamant Mesut Ozil’s future remains with Arsenal

Emery has been receiving a lot of hate for taking a defensive route to the Liverpool game and since Arsenal will host Spurs, the onus will be on them to be attack-minded which is hint enough that Mesut Ozil might sit this one out as well.

Arsenal legend Ian Wright has hit out at the tactics of Gunners' boss Unai Emery during their comprehensive 3-1 defeat at Liverpool last weekend.

Full-backs Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin are both making good recoveries but the duo are still a few weeks away from making their first-team appearances.

Mesut Ozil right has yet to play for Arsenal this season
Mesut Ozil right has yet to play for Arsenal this season

"We finish here our transfer window and in Europe it's going to finish on Monday", added Emery.

The North London Derby is here and Arsenal will go head to head with Tottenham Hotspur who have had a poor start to the new season as they have won once, drawn and lost once in their last three matches.

"The club is working, some players know the situation and my focus and the team's focus is to prepare for the match on Sunday and exclusively on Sunday".


Not only will Ozil still be at the Emirates next week, he could also be involved against Tottenham on Sunday afternoon. "We need to get back to work and win the next game against Arsenal".

'With Nacho one possibility is open and we are going to speak about that'.

Rob Holding is training with us, playing with the under-23s but he is not 100 per cent to play on Sunday with us.


"I spoke with them a lot of times previous year in this position and I think it is positive for them to leave and to sign for another team where they can be protagonists, they can be happy and can continue their careers as players", he said. I think it's positive for them to leave and to sign for another team where they can be protagonists, they can be happy and they can continue in their careers as very big players.

Fresh from an upset home defeat by Newcastle United last Sunday, Tottenham Hotspur attacker Lucas Moura believes their clash against local rivals Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday has arrived at a flawless time.


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