Jesse Lingard’s goal celebration in Arsenal’s recent FA Cup defeat to Manchester United acted as motivation for the Gunners as they secured victory in Sunday’s Premier League clash between the top-four rivals.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos has called Mesut Ozil one of the “most important” members of Arsenal’s squad and believes they need him fit and available.
Mesut Ozil returned to the Arsenal side as they secured safe passage into the last 16 of the Europa League – but head coach Unai Emery insists he is not certain of a regular place in his team.
Unai Emery has told Mesut Ozil he needs to shake off his minor injuries and illnesses to earn a regular place in the Arsenal side.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes the decision to offer Mesut Ozil a long-term contract last year may have left the German in a “comfort zone”.
Mesut Ozil appeared to indicate he would not be forced out of Arsenal against his will in a cryptic Twitter message which featured a quote from Gunners great Dennis Bergkamp.
Unai Emery insists his Arsenal side can make no excuses when their Europa League quest gets back under way in a freezing Belarus.
Petr Cech admits it would be the “ideal scenario” to bring down the curtain on his glittering career by lifting the Europa League with Arsenal.
What the papers say Ivan Perisic reportedly wants a move to Tottenham – and could see his hopes realised this summer. The Sun says reports in Italy suggest the Inter Milan winger was keen to sign for Spurs ahead of Arsenal during the January transfer window, but Mauricio Pochettino failed to make a big move for his signature. Things are set to be different this summer, however, with a potential cash plus player deal in the offing, the paper adds.
Nantes made a moving tribute to Emiliano Sala after his body was recovered from the English Channel and formally identified.
Fellow footballing stars have paid tribute to Emiliano Sala after his body was recovered from the English Channel and formally identified.
Tributes have been paid to footballer Emiliano Sala after his body was recovered from the English Channel and formally identified.
Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-0 in Saturday’s Premier League clash at the Emirates Stadium to enliven the race for Champions League qualification.
Arsenal head coach Unai Emery insists it has been business as usual with head of recruitment Sven Mislintat despite reports the German is set to depart.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery aims to “promote friction” with his players to “get something more out of them”.
What the papers say Manchester United are considering off-loading midfielder Marouane Fellaini this transfer window, the Mirror says. Having made just two appearances from the bench under Ole Gunnar Solskajer, the 31-year-old could become the first to leave Old Trafford during the interim manager’s tenure – despite only committing to a new two-year deal last summer.
Unai Emery suggested Mesut Ozil did not deserve a place in Arsenal’s squad as he sat out Saturday’s Premier League defeat at West Ham.
Declan Rice scored his first career goal to fire West Ham to a 1-0 win over Arsenal.
What the papers say Mesut Ozil will be staying with Arsenal for the time being, according to the the Evening Standard. The paper suggests the Gunners will wait until the end of the season to make a decision on his future. It is thought the 30-year-old’s desire is to remain at the Emirates long term rather than take up potential offers from overseas.
Sead Kolasinac insists Mesut Ozil has the backing of everyone at Arsenal and that he and his team-mates ignore any negativity aimed at the German forward.
Sean Dyche accused Arsenal players of diving as his side were beaten 3-1 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice to earn Arsenal victory over Burnley as Mesut Ozil returned to the side to captain the Gunners.
Head coach Unai Emery believes Mesut Ozil has a future at Arsenal – but did not rule out a move away after insisting the German will not be given special treatment just because he is the highest-paid player at the club.
What the papers say The race for Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong is hotting up with a decision set to be made on his future soon, the Mirror reports. Manchester City have been in the running to land the £60million-rated player, but could now face competition from Barcelona and Paris St Germain, the paper says, with both clubs said to be prepared to table more wages than City to see the deal over the line.