German football star Mesut Ozil has been declared as an ozone player at Arsenal after missing 22 Premier League games for the Gunners since November 2017. If we play like today, and we want to win, we can aim for the top four.
According to the report on UK Sun, statistics show that Mesut Ozil is reluctant to play outside London despite earning £350,000-a-week.
When quizzed about the reported interest from Arsenal during an interview with Sky Sports News, Fraser admitted he's flattered to have caught the attention of such a "massive club" but insists he will continue playing his game and see what happens at the end of the season.
To which Ozil replied: "Our aim is to get into the top four, of course we're happy that we're in front of Tottenham. you know [laughs]".
"I think we are taking a good performance using a different system and different players", Emery said.
Emery was speaking about the impact both Aaron Ramsey and Ozil have had on Arsenal's recent impressive form and the importance of flexibility from his players as the final phase of the season beckons.
A run of three straight wins since that hiccup has restored some momentum ahead of the weekend's big match and the Dortmund captain has been doing his best to ease the pressure on his team-mates as they target their first Bundesliga title since 2011-12.
"We need to convince people that we can be consistent away". I think we played very well as a team, not just me.
"Seventh is going to be hard after Wolves winning the other night and Leicester beating us, but if we can beat our highest-ever points total, which is massively doable, it's another one in the history books".
Only reigning champions Manchester City have taken more points at home than Emery's side this season - but a poor return on the road threatens to derail the Spaniard's bid to secure a return to the Champions League.