Mesut Ozil signed a new deal in the January transfer window but he has however been poor ever since then and he has failed to have a good relationship with Arsenal’s current manager Unai Emery. Ozil has failed to adapt to Emery’s demands and it seems like his time at the Emirates Stadium is done after what he said about his current boss.
Arsenal faced Chelsea in the UEFA Europa League final on Wednesday and they lost the match 4-1 and Mesut Ozil was subbed off by Unai Emery after he put on a very poor performance but his body language that he showed as he left the pitch was saddening. It’s now been reported by Fanatik that Mesut Ozil will definitely be sold this summer after he repeatedly said the following to Unai Emery after he got subbed off; “You are not a coach.”
Arsenal will be looking to rebuild its squad in this summer transfer window because its full of players that are old and aren’t good enough and it seems like Mesut Ozil’s comments if true might have ended his career at the Emirates Stadium according to this report. It is however not surprising because it’s clear how there is some certain friction between Unai Emery and Mesut Ozil.
Seems like Unai Emery not getting along with star players could be true as it looks like they don’t get along with Mesut Ozil who is among of the few Arsenal stars that are in the squad of the North Londoners. The gunners will however have a hard time in trying to sell Mesut Ozil because he is on high wages and would like to stay since he loves living in London.
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