New signing ‘the final piece of the puzzle for Arteta’ and fans told Ozil ‘will never play for Arsenal again’
Arsenal fans have been told that Mesut Ozil wont play for the club again, while it has been claimed that Thomas Partey is the final piece of the puzzle.
Despite having over 250 appearances for the Gunners to his name, Ozil is well down the pecking order at the Emirates after Mikel Arteta invested heavily in the transfer window to get his midfield sorted out.
However, it has been claimed that Ozil may still have a future at the Emirates and may be able to offer the club something, if he manages to get back in the good books of Arteta, who has revealed that the club are evolving without the German.
But Kevin Campbell cannot see Ozil coming back into contention, as the midfielder is now part of the past at Emirates Stadium, rather than the present and future: “Mesut Ozil is yesterday’s news at the club,” former Gunners striker Campbell told GentingBet.
“There is no chance that he will feature for Arsenal again this season, or ever again.
“There have been certain things that have gone on, instances where he has gone against the club, so I don’t see where there is any room for him to come back.”
Meanwhile, Thomas Partey is “the final piece of the jigsaw that makes Arsenal challenge for the title”, says the club’s former scout Francis Cagigao
Arsenal ended months of speculation by adding Partey to the squad over the transfer window, with many people believing that the signing of the former Madrid man will help the club achieve their goals of winning that Premier League title.
And Cagigao believes Partey will deliver an immediate return on the investment made in him, saying it is possible that he could be the man to fire the Gunners back into contention for the Premier League crown.
“He is a player that we pursued for a long time and strongly recommended over the last few years,” a man who left Arsenal in September after 24 years with the club told the Daily Mail.
“I first watched him about six years ago playing for Almeria on loan from Atletico Madrid and he was more box-to-box, attacking even. I think we will see him with the shackles off because he did very much play in a constricted midfield unit [at Atletico].
“He could be the final piece of the jigsaw that makes Arsenal challenge for the title.”
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