Unai Emery has made a decision over the future of Mesut Ozil.
The German midfielder who far and away the highest earner at The Emirates has fallen behind the likes of Dani Ceballos and Joe Willock in the pecking order.
Arsenal’s so called assist king provided two in the previous campaign and after seven Premier League games of the season, the midfielder has only been provided the opportunity to play in one fixture.
He managed 71 minutes against Burnley, but hasn’t played other than that.
Emery didn’t even include him in his squad to travel to Manchester united, and also dropped him for trips to Newcastle and Liverpool.
In Ozil’s absence, Arsenal drew 1-1 with the Red Devils on Monday night after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang cancelled out Scott McTominay’s opener.
He’s currently taking home £350,000-per-week, meaning a permanent move away is unlikely.
But a report in the Daily Mail claims that Arsenal will listen to any offers for Ozil in January, and will be willing to pay part of his wages to allow him to go.
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