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Ozil linked with loan away from Arsenal

Ozil linked with a shock loan as Emery is losing patience with the Arsenal star

December 21, 2018 By Ali M.
The Spanish manager is not impressed with the German's attitude, as the World Cup winner's future at the Emirates Stadium falls into further doubt.

Despite having signed a mega-money deal at Arsenal not too long ago, Mesut Ozil is being linked with an Arsenal exit. This comes amid a spell where the German is finding himself out of the squad more often than preferred.

The World Cup winner was left out of the Gunners' squad for their Carabao Cup clash with Tottenham despite being fit. Emery admitted that this decision was tactical and not down to an injury or fitness issue, with there appearing to be issues between the player and manager.

It has been previously reported that the pair have clashed, with the Daily Mail claiming that the new boss is losing patience with their highest-paid man. While the former PSG boss knows he has a very talented player on his hand, but the Spaniard is not impressed by the playmaker's attitude.

A guaranteed starter during Wenger's days, Ozil has been dropped or substituted on numerous occasions, with Unai hoping to spark a reaction from the midfielder. While the new gaffer is willing to hand him opportunities during the festive period to convince him otherwise, the manager is losing faith in Mesut.

Should Ozil's situation fail to take a turn for the better, the north London club will have to ship out the German ace so as to be rid of his hefty wages. Here lies the dilemma, as Arsenal is unlikely to find a club willing to pay a generous transfer fee while matching his current $443,000-per-week salary.

The Premier League giant is thus pondering loaning him out amid interest from Inter Milan. Selling him for a bargain fee is also being considered so Arsenal will not have to continue paying huge sums of money to a player with a doubtful future.

This saga will get worse should the 30-year-old not start in their weekend clash. Having lost their last two games, Arsenal will take on Burnley at the Emirates on Saturday needing a win. Regardless, expect Mesut to come under the microscope once again.


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