Mesut Ozil to stay at Arsenal as he reconstructs driveway

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Instead, clubs prefer the short-term success that is nearly guaranteed by a boss like Pep Guardiola or Jose Mourinho.

Ozil, 28, has been a peripheral figure as Arsenal's season has hit the skids, with Arsene Wenger's side slipping from the top four and being thrashed 10-2 on aggregate by Bayern Munich in the Champions League. But that's me. I won't change my body language or my style of play drastically any more.

"The guys who come in when they are 20 years old and you have to tell them to be on time and after training he goes out quickly, you can forget about after 30".

Ozil writes in his new autobiography that Mourinho's way of motivating him at Real Madrid sometimes included heated arguments in the dressing room, and that the Portuguese manager even called him "a coward" for not going into tackles.

Wenger's future is also up in the air, but Ozil says his future is not tied to that of his manager. "Overall I believe recently he has put a lot of effort in".

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After returning from yet another surgery early this year, the 25-year-old has still only scored one Premier League goal so far this campaign and Souness insists that despite being a fan of the forward, question mark remain as to whether he's a natural finisher.

"But we know we are only human beings and that you have to accept there are ups and downs".

Mesut Ozil may likely stay at Arsenal as the midfielder is reconstructing his driveway at his home in North London. I'm not so sure, personally, I'd like less chaos within a club, but to get with the times it's probably the best thing that Arsenal could do right now. In fact, I personally hate myself - the manager - more than anybody when I don't win the games.

"Ideally you want all your players to be at their best in every game, so when they don't achieve that you are of course frustrated. For example Oxlade-Chamberlain is part of that".

There comes a point in young players career when they must be trusted with the responsibility of replicating the production and the performance of a more established, accomplished, experienced player.