Unai Emery gives classy reply when asked about Ozil

Unai Emery gives classy reply when asked about Ozil

Unai Emery gives classy reply when asked about Ozil

The transfer window came and went with just a single deal completed by the Gunners this month, that of Denis Suarez on loan from Barcelona until the end of the season.

"He played with us at Sevilla as a left winger, at Villarreal as more of a right winger and at Barcelona, he plays inside and outside.

I am surprised Emery did not prioritise signing a defender but this move clearly suggests that he wants to improve Arsenal's ability to control games in midfield".

"I have analysed a lot of teams and coaches and I think it's hard to find one coach who is better than Guardiola", Emery was quoted by FourFourTwo as saying at pre-match press conference on Friday.

Ahead of a crucial clash at Manchester City on Sunday, Arsenal coach Unai Emery has declared he will not sit back and defend against Pep Guardiola's side.

Secondly, he played at Manchester City with the youth teams.

"But Man City will be angry and will be looking to close that gap before Liverpool play and we all know that City can rip any team apart".

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"I am thinking about all the players, If he starts, I have confidence in him".

The loan deal includes the option to sign Suarez full-time in the summer as the Spain global links up with Emery again having played under his compatriot at Sevilla. "The possibility and capacity is all different".

Ozil made his first start of 2019 for the Gunners last Tuesday against Cardiff City.

"But obviously we need to learn and look forward, learn about our mistakes and think about the next games". The North London based outfit won the game 1-0.

Arsenal take on Manchester City on Sunday.

What followed at Anfield was a nervy night all round with the home side lucky enough to grab a point on the night as the realities of the title race appeared to finally kick in, both with the players on the pitch, and in the stands.

Arsenal remain in what appears to be a three-team tussle for the final Champions League places with out-of-form Chelsea and a resurgent Manchester United.

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