Germany retirement can help Ozil - Emery

Germany retirement can help Ozil - Emery

Arsenal boss Unai Emery has revealed that he is happy with the performances of Barcelona target Nacho Monreal and has suggested the possibility of tying the player down to a new contract.

The north London side are now gearing up for their trip to St James' Park as they look to try and make it three wins in a row in the Premier League this season.

Emery admitted Ozil's first global break since his retirement will have been a hard adjustment for the player, but that the pair have been able to spend beneficial time on the training ground together.

And he made it clear he wants to see more from Ozil going forward.

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The way Arsenal play is very similar to when I was at Valencia and Liverpool - organised, pressing, passing the ball, ' said Benitez.

We have no fresh injury concerns to worry about as all our players returned unscathed from worldwide duty but Laurent Koscielny is still out as he continues to work his way back from Achilles surgery.

Yet, despite being handed a hugely lucrative new contract until 2021 in January, he has also struggled to make an impact since Emery took over at Arsenal in June. He can improve, he can do more. But he is feeling like I am feeling. We will work, we will help him, give him the possibility on the pitch to be together, to find his qualities for us. After six years here, I came and I know him as a new Nacho Monreal, ' Emery told reporters on Thursday. "Here he has played both".

"Every conversation with him is speaking about us and about our work here every day", he said. It's a process to know the combination on the pitch, with different players. "[For] Mesut it is these two positions".

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