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I have given Özil enough time at Arsenal - Arteta says

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The future of Mesut Özil has remained in the dark at the Emirates. It became clear that the German doesn't belong in coach Mikel Arteta team following the report his name was omitted from the Premier League 25 man squad.
Mesut Ozil name and Sokratis Papastathopoulos were the two senior players who were chopped out of the team.

It's been gathered that the former Real Madrid star is currently on a 350,000 pounds weekly wages.

Ozil has stated in the past that he intends to see out his deal which will expire in June 2021. The German turned down offers from Dubai, China and some other European clubs in the summer.

Although, Mikel Arteta has insisted that his reason for leaving out his most creative player is down to technical reason not personal.

Many sections of the fans doesn't seem to agree given that Özil is the most creative force the Gunners have.

But Arteta told Sky Sports that he has given the player enough opportunities and has been patient enough for him.

"What I can tell you that I tried my best, I tried to give him as many opportunities as I could," Arteta told Sky Sports.

"And that from my own side, I’ve been patient, given him opportunities and been fair."

If you recall that Özil played every game for Arsenal when Arteta was appointed in January before the season was suspended in March. His last game was against West Ham which he provided the assist for Alexander Lacazette only goal.

He added: "He’s a player that belongs to a football club, he’s been a really important player in the last few seasons. I have to respect that, I’m here to make decisions, the best decisions for the team and for the club.

"This is what I try to do and then I have to explain them because people need the reasons and the right answers. I just give mine, whether they believe me or agree with me or not, there’s nothing I can do."

This weekend, the Gunners will face Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Arteta added that he has to make the right decision for the club , he said: "But I have to put my decisions, with my heart and with my brain to make the right decisions that I believe are good."

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