Mesut Ozil believes Arsenal are ‘lacking’ former boss Arsene Wenger.
The Frenchman, who gained three Premier League titles in north London, ended his 22-year spell with the Gunners when he left in Might 2018.
His successor Unai Emery was sacked in November 2019 and present boss Mikel Arteta might face the identical destiny if Arsenal’s 15th place place doesn’t enhance quickly.
Throughout Arteta’s reign, he has frozen out Ozil by excluding him from his 25-man Premier League squad this season, regardless of the German playmaker being the membership’s high earner on £350,000-a-week.
Throughout a Q&A session on Twitter, Ozil, who has not performed for the Gunners since March, was requested if he considered Wenger as a ‘father determine’.
The 32-year-old replied: “He was actually a implausible supervisor – yeah, and likewise like a father determine for me and plenty of different gamers… I feel many individuals round Arsenal are actually lacking him.”
Requested if he was blissful at Arsenal, Ozil admitted he wished he might assist the staff with the Gunners shedding 5 of their final seven Premier League matches.
Ozil stated: “It’s a really troublesome time for everybody across the membership – not only for me. The state of affairs is irritating for everybody.
“In fact I would need I might assist the staff particularly proper now, however so long as I don’t get the possibility I simply hope that we get higher outcomes very quickly once more.
“However let’s keep constructive.”
Curiously, Ozil additionally selected Matteo Guendouzi as probably the most underrated footballer he has ever performed with.
Guendouzi, like Ozil, has fallen out of favour with Arteta and was despatched out on mortgage to Hertha Berlin in the summertime.