Ozil can’t rescue Arsenal on his own: Arteta
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Jan 02, 2020,
Jan 02, 2020, 0:21
But Ozil performed an impressive performance on the side of Arteta on Sunday despite the defeat at home against Chelsea, leaving the field to a great ovation, and Arteta seemed to reject that Ozil could not cut him into a high-tempo team.
The Germany playmaker was fully dialled in as the Gunners bossed the opening half hour, and despite the eventual loss new Arsenal boss Arteta admitted that must now be Ozil's baseline standard. I'm hoping he can sustain that level every three or four days. The structure has to help him for him to take everything that he has inside.
"There are only one or two players in the world who can do this on their own".
Arsenal could make a move for RB Leipzig centre-back Dayot Upamecano in January, with the club prepared to back new head coach Mikel Arteta with money to spend during the winter transfer window. He needs the collective structure, the organization and his teammates.
If I see this attitude, this desire and this understanding of what we are trying to do every day, and if it is in a better time than everyone else, I will choose it.
Despite the striker consistently being the clubs top marksman since his arrival in the Premier League two years ago, Jamie Carragher has admitted he "wouldn't be surprised" if Arsenal made a decision to flog the wantaway forward as Mikel Arteta looks to rebuild the clubs fortunes.
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"It's very hard to keep players", Parlour told TalkSPORT. He had a temperature and he wasn't feeling good.
"I just try to prepare the team collectively and individually with the strengths and the weaknesses that we have in mind". The last two days he was in bed.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are now occupying 12th position on the Premier League standings with 24 points after 20 games played this season.
Upamecano has 18 months left on his current deal and Arsenal think they could snap up the Frenchman for just £40m.