Bye Bye Unai! Emery to lose Arsenal job over £350,000-a-week Ozil announces legend

Arsenal legend Ray Parlour has claimed Mesut Ozil will get Unai Emery the sack.

Emery was the shock choice to replace legend Arsene Wenger in the summer after the Frenchman finally gave in for calls for him to leave the club after a disappointing season in which they finished with out a trophy and way down in sixth in the Premier League.

But there has been speculation in recent players that one of his biggest players, Ozil, could leave the club at the end of the season after failing to establish himself in the Spaniards plans, with many believing he does not suit the style of the former PSG boss.

Ozil has started just 13 of Arsenal’s 26 Premier League fixtures this season but remains one of the most influential players in north London, and Parlour believes that Emery could lose the dressing room because of the German, does like he did during his time with PSG after clashing with Neymar a

‘It’s been a little bit like PSG with Neymar,’ he said on the Metro website.

‘Neymar ended up getting Emery the sack. ‘He lost the dressing room and Neymar was pulling the strings there. Maybe it could be the same at Arsenal.’

Here is what we think.

Ozil can be brilliant on his day and was once the best number ten in world football, but the German is not the same player he once was and getting rid of him in the summer and replacing him with a fresher, younger and more hard-working player will improve the side.

However, his massive £350,000-a-week wages will complicate most deals and if things continue between the pair, then many may well see the back of Emery, especially if he cannot get the club back into the Champions League this season.

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