Published: Fri, April 14, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil: I don't care what 'experts' say

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil: I don't care what 'experts' say

The future of Mesut Ozil was also a topic of discussion at Wenger's press conference, and the Arsenal boss confirmed that the club will attempt to try and tie the World Cup victor down to a new contract in the summer.

The Standard report that his hesitance has alerted Arsenal's Premier League rivals Chelsea and Manchester City, who are gearing up to meet Sanchez's £50million valuation in the summer.

Sanchez has proven himself to be one of Wenger's most important players this season, courtesy of 22 goals in 41 appearances. "Always I'm tempted to say no but I was always wrong on that front".

When the initial reports of Manchester City preparing a £50 million for Arsenal superstar Alexis Sánchez first came out, we didn't really believe it because City don't need a forward, Arsenal don't want to sell him and this didn't make a lot of sense.

Sanchez, who has 22 goals in most competitions this year, played the full 90 minutes as Arsenal stolen to your unsafe 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace on Monday. "We have to focus on the right things", he said.

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Their domestic form has left Arsenal sixth in the Premier League, seven points off the top four, and has seen the pressure on manager Arsene Wenger ramp up. "You can't decide who manages the club", he added.

Arsenal next face Middlesbrough at the Riverside in their second consecutive Monday Night Football, live on Sky Sports 1 HD.

Indeed, while the pair are Arsenal's most talented players-and Sanchez can probably still lay claim to being their best player this season-their recent displays have been disappointing.

"As players, you can't pick your coach".

Ozil said Wenger was the main reason he had made a decision to join the club from Real Madrid in 2013. I'm sure there are plenty of other candidates - I'm not anxious about that.

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